As the National Park Service enters its second spring since the pandemic, growing numbers of Americans are vaccinated and looking forward to a little normalcy outdoors.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement does maintain standards for the detention of illegal immigrants. But it doesn't always follow them.
For David Case, deputy inspector general at the Department of Veterans Affairs, investigations are a mix of sifting through documents and machine-generated data, and talking to individuals.
The introduced IG Independence and Empowerment Act folds together several other bills lawmakers previously introduced to give IGs more investigative muscle and greater job protections.
GAO told the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations that CIO authorities improved across five agencies over the course of the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard.
COVID-19 highlighted weaknesses in the federal emergency response chain of command and medical supply lines. But the agency's acting chief told senators FEMA has a better understanding of what needs to be done going forward.
A new working group has arisen at the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency, the collective of all the federal IGs.
At a time when the military is investigating a high number of sexual assault and reprisal cases, Congress is wondering if IGs are doing everything they can.
Data is a blessing and a curse, but some entities are using it successfully, and changing their approach.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Treasury Department is standing up a central office to oversee COVID-19 economic relief spending.
VA on Wednesday acknowledged a variety of challenges with the new electronic health record, but it said the Cerner Millennium solution will ultimately be an improvement once employee and congressional concerns are resolved.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office is looking for service members who were victims of hazing while they served.
Like a hot air balloon with a pinhole, the National Labor Relations Board has been steadily losing people and the morale of those remaining.
Jessica Klement, staff vice president for advocacy at NARFE, says that action in NAPA's OPM report is essential if the civil service is to be repaired after four years of attacks from the White House.