FEMA is short nearly 2,000 temporary reserve employees, but acting agency Administrator Peter Gaynor insisted this year’s hurricane season won’t be a repeat of 2017.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said the USDA relocation will save government $300 million over 15 years. About 100 employees are expected to move out of the national capital region by Aug. 1.
Several former Environmental Protection Agency administrators said flat budgets and pushback on agency scientists from political leadership have frustrated a shrinking workforce.
Agencies behind the long-running Manufacturing USA network seek to spur a resurgence in American manufacturing prowess and advanced technologies.
Texas Rep. Michael McCaul’s bill would create groups of cyber first responders in the event of a cyber attack on the government or private sector.
Acting DHS Inspector General John V. Kelly stepped down from his post Monday, earlier than he previously expected, following the watchdog office’s rare reversal of more than a dozen reports posted on its website.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers say they’re “deeply concerned” by a series of new bargaining proposals from the Department of Veterans Affairs and urged VA to negotiate in good faith with the American Federation of Government Employees.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s inspector general found a third of its inspectors will be eligible to retire in 2020.
Postal watchdogs have urged the USPS to take a closer look at its universal service obligation, a minimum level of service it provides to every address in the country.
According to an MSPB survey, more federal employees say they’ve witnessed or experienced prohibited personnel practices such as discrimination and whistelblower retaliation in recent years.
The Justice Department’s prediction that fiscal 2018 would be a record year for Freedom of Information Act requests came true.
Navy investigates president of U.S. Naval War College
DoD’s inspector general says the regional security stacks are still hampered by inadequate requirements planning and insufficient training for cyber defenders.
In today’s Federal Newscast, House and Senate lawmakers have taken steps to prevent a White House proposal which would result in about 1,000 layoffs at the U.S. Forest Service.