Section 809 Chairman Dave Drabkin shared several recommendations for the Defense Department acquisition process that can be implemented immediately, without Congressional approval.
Brent Calhoon, a partner in Baker Tilly’s government contractor advisory services practice, makes the case for why DoD shouldn’t wait for Congress to act on the Section 809 panel recommendations.
A top Customs and Border Protection official said an investigation into a subcontractor’s handling of images taken of travelers crossing the U.S.-Mexico could result in criminal or civil charges.
A Senate committee has voted along party lines to approve President Donald Trump’s nominee to run the Federal Aviation Administration
In a letter to acting OPM Director Margaret Weichert, Sens. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) and Patty Murray (D-Wash.) questioned why the administration didn’t warn Congress earlier about the agency’s coming financial challenges.
All eyes are on Customs and Border Protection to make sure it holds accountable agents caught making lewd comments in a Facebook group.
FDIC IG Jay Lerner and Mark Mulholland, assistant IG for audits and cyber, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with highlights from their inspection of how well the agency uses its cyber tools.
Pentagon says that acting Defense Secretary Mark Esper expects to be formally nominated for the top job very soon
Twenty-five watchdog groups want Congress to considering clamping down on defense contractors.
While April and May produced record low numbers, June took a different turn as OPM received more retirement claims with less being processed.
In part two of Federal News Networks’ ongoing special report, GSA @ 70: Mission evolved, Administrator Emily Murphy discusses how this third distinct period of GSA history is different from her first stint in the 2000s and how she is setting the agency’s path forward.
NASA launched an anti-harassment campaign and strategy not because it identified a specific problem, but because its top leaders said they see a diverse and inclusive workforce as key to achieving their new goal to return Americans to the moon by 2024.
In part 1 of the Federal News Networks’ ongoing special report, GSA@70: Mission evolved, two long-time employees, Lenny Loewentritt and Mary Davie, discuss how the agency’s role in government has grown and become more impactful over the last seven decades.
Paperless government starts at the front end, not when records go to storage. The National Archives and Records Administration is forcing agencies to do things differently.