As the Biden administration implements infrastructure programs, cyber defense must be at the core, and perimeter, of all modernization initiatives.
In today's Federal Newscast, two Senators say they're reintroducing their bill now to bring attention to the upcoming fiscal year deadline.
As federal pandemic response lumbers along, the lessons learned are piling up.
The Senate returns to work today as questions hover over the $3.5 trillion spending bill sought by most Democrats.
The military wants to see some of its work come to fruition in the coming years.
Congress is unlikely to bite on $1.4 billion in divestments the Air Force proposed for the 2022 budget.
The National Academy of Public Administration has launched a new effort to bring together experts from all levels of government called the Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is warning Congress that she will run out of maneuvering room to prevent the U.S. from broaching the government’s borrowing limit in October
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department is changing the names of some of its most high profile bases and it wants the public’s help.
Executive Vice President for Policy at the Professional Services Council, Stephanie Kostro, spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin for some advice.
September promises to be something of a mess on Capitol Hill. Federal agencies and contractors are already figuring Congress won't pass 2022 appropriations on time.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee on Thursday approved $12 billion for federal electric vehicles as part of the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package proposed by Democrats.
In today's Federal Newscast, the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan leaves some federal employees behind.
Only a holistic approach that addresses climate change, invasive species, forest and rangeland management, and a thoughtful approach to agriculture will allow us to achieve ecological sustainability for generations of Americans to come.