In today’s Federal Newscast, Representative Elijah Cummings (D-MD) is asking the Office of Special Counsel to rescind its recent memo prohibiting certain speech such as resist or impeachment.
Lean diplomatic resume for Trump’s choice to be UN ambassador likely to be topic at Senate confirmation hearing
Getting a top-notch IT crew takes real planning and strategy. The Secret Service has a lot of work to do there.
Recent policy from OSC aims to clarify if and how discussing impeachment might take place. Some feds are still confused.
The Coalition for Government Procurement supports GSA’s decision to hold an e-commerce industry day next week to discuss the future of the Multiple Award Schedule and 2018 defense authorization’s Section 846.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new study by the RAND Corporation analyzes how military pay stacks up against civilian pay over the last 20 years.
The Defense Department will consolidate the 28 agencies of the fourth estate’s networks into just two. Currently, they serve on 34 different networks.
Task Force offers both new and old ideas for fixing the cash-poor Postal Service.
The Air Force believes it’s proved the value of agile software development via its Kessel Run project. The next task is to spread it across the service.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department said Sgt. Ikaika Kang provided sensitive military documents and military equipment to who he thought were members of ISIS.
The first round of public comments recently closed on NIST’s draft IR 8228 “Considerations for Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks.” Learn more as part of Federal Monthly Insights — Security Month.
In today’s Federal Newscast, officials with the Defense Department’s Office of Inspector General said they’ve had much more success with a new alternative dispute resolution process.
The IRS faces a particularly challenging rollout to the 2019 filing season, best summarized in four words: more work, fewer employees.
Now that the Senate has failed to move on three Trump administration appointees, the three-member Merit Systems Protection Board is left with one holdover and his term expires in March.