The Air Force is reducing tours for instructors from four years to three years to reduce assignment fatigue.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Labor Department is looking to reward four contractors who make an effort to hire qualified disabled people.
A Navy admiral picked to become his service’s top officer will instead retire, an extraordinary downfall prompted by what’s being called poor judgment regarding a professional relationship
The Air Force is paying more attention to its installations, as the deferred maintenance bill gets higher.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Federal Trade Commission said complaints about scammers pretending to be from the government reached the highest levels on record this spring.
An appeals court has upheld a freeze on Pentagon money to build a border wall with Mexico, casting doubt on President Donald Trump’s ability to make good on a signature campaign promise before the 2020 election
The Congressional Budget Office readjusted its earlier Space Force estimate based on DoD’s proposal.
Retired Army Col. Clifford Worthy was among the earliest black enrollees at West Point and, now in his 90s, spoke with Federal Drive with Tom Temin about his early experiences.
Former DHS chief human capital officer Jeff Neal has some best practices for a successful transition of the security clearance process to the Pentagon.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Management and Budget releases its Circular A-11 update, tasking agencies with showing their progress in complying with new laws and management requirements.
Military spouses can now qualify for $500 in reimbursement.
After missing the mark last year, the Army thinks it will get the soldiers it needs in 2019.
The Professional Services Council, an industry association, asked the Senate Appropriations Committee to limit the type of work Federally-Funded Research and Development Centers can do for DoD.
Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president and counsel at the Professional Services Council, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.