The U.S. Innovation and Competition Act authorizes $110 billion over five years to fund research in artificial intelligence, semiconductors, quantum computing and related technologies.
The inspector general at the Department of Veterans Affairs delivered a double-edged blow to VA's electronic health record modernization efforts this week, detailing failures with employee training on the new system and another round of unreliable cost estimates for the project.
As encrypted ledger technology continues to creep into the federal government, new legislation would prepare agencies for further adoption.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) wants the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board to take on new fiduciary responsibilities, while a bipartisan pair in the House is eyeing retirement reforms for former temporary and seasonal employees.
For annual advice on how to deal, federal sales and marketing consultant Larry Allen spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The encrypted ledger technology known has blockchain is slowly making its way into federal agency applications. But in the opinion of Rep. Darren Soto, too slowly.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest congressional outlook from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.
House Democrats and Republicans are telling the Postal Service to push a price increase on its mail products from the end of this summer to at least January 2022.
The report details a misogynistic military environment where leaders are not aware of what is going on in their commands.
Veterans Affairs has finished its highly-anticipated strategic review of the electronic health record modernization program, but it needs more time to digest the details and finalize a path forward.
The ongoing ransomware attacks have everybody spooked. Congress and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are both contemplating ways to get industry to do something they've supposedly been doing for years.
In today's Federal Newscast, the House passes a comprehensive bill to strengthen the role of agency inspectors general.
Who keeps Uncle Sam afloat and pays for all those projected projects elected officials approve so they can remain in office? A lot of that money comes from estate taxes.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee on Tuesday advanced two bills aimed, in part, at addressing the impacts of the four-year lack of quorum at the Merit Systems Protection Board.