Imagine an organization with the mission of finding fault with nearly everything everyone else does. In a nutshell, that’s exactly what GAO does.
Being an inspector general for a federal agency comes with a large number of challenges that often come with a lot of pressure.
An ongoing concern is the number and length of vacancies for inspector general spots in many agencies.
The basic requirement of weapons systems is to fire when you pull the trigger, and that’s actually a tall order given the complexity of today’s military systems.
House members said they’re working on new legislation designed to clarify and improve protections for federal whistleblowers.
The General Services Administration once again finds itself in a “very rare circumstance” having to oversee the potential sale and transfer of the historic, government-owned building the Trump Hotel occupies.
More than three years into the Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act, the U.S. Agency for International Development has managed to be meet all of its requirements.
With this year’s tax season set to start Monday, NTEU has renewed concerns that the IRS, after a decade of budget cuts, has fewer resources to tackle a growing workload.
With the nominees to restore a quorum at the Merit Systems Protection Board still sitting quietly in the Senate, disagreement has begun over who’s to blame for the historic absences at the board. In an exclusive report, Federal News Network explored different sides of the debate.
The U.S. Web Design System maturity model looks to give federal sites a familiar look and feel, and allow users to navigate seamlessly on their mobile devices.
With analysis of what’s going on, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to federal employment attorney Debra D’Agostino.
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In today’s Federal Newscast, a federally appointed panel finds the Federal Aviation Administration followed its own rules in certifying the troubled airplane.
Gen. John Hyten, the new vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says DoD must fix its requirements processes — not just its acquisition rules — if it wants to solve its software development challenges.