A sexual assault allegation from inside a VA hospital has led to rancor among officials.
The Data Coalition said the new strategy was influenced by the Foundations for Evidence Based Policymaking Act, and will make federal data more accessible.
For the military, the constant insertion of new technologies into weapons and other systems is important to maintaining a competitive edge.
The Navy’s new top officer says he doesn’t discount the need to grow his service, but for now, sustaining what it already owns is more important.
In an effort to course-correct from more than a decade of net financial losses, the Postal Service on Wednesday released its long-awaited five year-business plan.
A week out from the official start of the 2020 census, the bureau has ramped up its recruiting efforts for temporary, on-the-ground work that begins this spring.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new page on Oversight.gov tracks IG vacancies.
The State Department’s antiterrorism assistance program has for years supplied highly trained canines to other countries.
The Office of Congressional Workplace Rights is a little more than a year into reforms and expansion that Congress itself ordered in 2018.
A victim advocate for a large U.S. Army Reserve command has accused commanders of mishandling sexual assault cases and retaliating against at least one victim.
The commission is looking at a strategy built around deterrence through punishment. If retaliation for cyber attacks are swift, decisive, consistent and public adversaries will be less likely to instigate attacks.
Even with the Trump Hotel potentially up for sale, GSA and House Democrats have once again clashed over an investigation into whether the president’s ties to a government lease violate the Constitution.
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In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management’s inspector general says the agency is not keeping a good enough eye on the companies its contracted for identity theft protection.