Diana Maurer, director of Defense Capabilities and Management Issues at the Government Accountability Office, had more information on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Customs and Border Protection detailed its preparations for the pass-through of Hurricane Dorian.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has been waiting since January for the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in OMB to finish its review of the new and expanded privacy controls in SP 800-53, Revision 5.
Early on, the Trump administration told federal agencies to reduce the regulatory burden by removing two rules for every one they proposed.
The President’s Management Agenda addressed the need for agencies to overhaul their approach to customer experience, but the Treasury Department has drafted a plan to put those ideas into practice.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report from the Justice’s Department’s Inspector General reveals details on an investigation.
The Justice Department’s inspector general says former FBI Director James Comey violated FBI policies in his handling of memos documenting private conversations with President Donald Trump
Gigi Schumm welcomes Mary Erickson, deputy director of the National Weather Service, to talk changes in weather forecasting and your career path.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Defense Secretary Mark Esper is promising more open communication from the Pentagon.
The Pentagon’s IG says Adm. Bill Moran violated rules on using personal email for official functions and showed poor judgment in maintaining an off-the-books professional relationship with a former public affairs officer.
Veterans homelessness is down nationwide by 49% since the Departments of Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs launched an inter-agency partnership on the topic back in 2010, but lawmakers, local housing officials and veterans still see room for improvement.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Army’s issuing new maximum bonus amounts, aimed at encouraging soldiers to sign up for longer enlistments.
Interior Secretary David Bernhardt recently signed an executive order expanding the department’s ethics activities.
Eighty of those have been awaiting action for five years or more. Like other federal OIGs, the Pentagon’s inspector general thinks it’s important to publish an update on where those recommendations stand each year.