The Biden administration has proposed a $6.5 billion advanced research projects agency as part of the National Institutes of Health.
Operators of networked 3D printers aren't always securing the machines or the files that drive them, according to the DoD Office of Inspector General.
Lawmakers are pressing the State Department to move more aggressively to address a backlog of as many as 2 million pending passport applications.
Department of Veterans Affairs reform legislation back in 2018 required the Veterans Health Administration to report regularly on its staffing and vacancy levels.
The Project on Government Oversight's Mandy Smithberger testified about the issue to Congress, and she joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk more.
VA's Office of Inspector General has found that the department worked hard to document its handling of the money. But weaknesses in VA's financial management systems raise questions.
The Postal Service’s regulator is warning USPS that plans to slow down nearly 40% of first-class mail delivery wouldn’t result in “much improvement, if any” to its current financial condition.
Lawmakers want leadership to address problems at the VA's law enforcement arm, including high officer turnover and gaps in tracking use-of-force incidents
The Postal Service is moving ahead with plans to raise rates later this summer, after lawmakers asked the agency to postpone the increase.
The Library of Congress has been on a long-term quest to digitize what it can, of its collection and find new ways to connect with the public online.
A Senate measure would bolster safety for when feds returned to the office. This and more updates from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.
In today's Federal Newscast, House Democrats have an idea of what the Social Security Administration should look like whenever the pandemic ends.
The agency is hosting a series of training strategy industry days in August, outlining to vendors its requirements under the 2019 Taxpayer First Act.
Robert Santos, the Urban Institute's vice president and chief methodologist, told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Thursday that if confirmed, he would work to ensure employees feel supported “for the long term.”