The Library of Congress recently digitized and made publicly available papers of presidents from George Washington to Calvin Coolidge. For how they did it, Civil War and Reconstruction specialist Michelle Krowl.
Democratic Senators reintroduced a bill to create an office in the Small Business Administration to bolster underserved businesses.
In today's Federal Newscast, the House Oversight and Reform Committee cleared a 570-million-dollar emergency paid leave sick leave bank for federal employees and postal workers.
The Veterans Health Administration is marking its 75th year. Now that Denis McDonough is confirmed as the new veterans affairs secretary, what will his overseers on Capitol Hill be most concerned with?
The Project on Government Oversight's senior analyst Sean Moulton joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to share what he's been able to find out.
No fewer than eight federal programs in four departments have to do with chemical safety and security. But there's duplication, overlap and fragmentation in their efforts.
To put USPS on a long-term sustainable path, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said the agency will soon release a 10-year strategy focused on upgrading its aging infrastructure.
Michael Horowitz and Allison Lerner discussed what the inspectors general community thinks of the top challenges for the federal government in the next year.
How has the government done dispersing CARES Act money? Chairman of the Pandemic Relief Accountability Committee, Michael Horowitz, with highlights of their report.
Contractors are looking to see who will fill crucial sub-cabinet appointment slots. The latest from Professional Services Council president and CEO David Berteau.
The American Statistical Association is warning the government needs to bolster statistical agencies. With more, former U.S. chief statistician Katherine Wallman.
Many federal advisory boards continue to operate normally. One of them is the National Advisory Council supporting FEMA. Tom Temin spoke to acting director Rob Long.
In his first visit to the State Department’s HQ during his administration, Biden told a new class of Foreign Service officers, joining virtually, that he would focus on ensuring they feel “trusted and empowered."
The USPS Fairness Act, introduced by Sens. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) and Steve Daines (R-Mont.), would eliminate the Postal Service’s 2006 obligation to pre-fund retiree health benefits well into the future.