The ruling gives the Postal Service and its regulator more to consider about its future business model, as USPS warns Congress that the coronavirus pandemic has triggered a steep decline in mail the agency “may never fully recover” from.
The Trump administration’s recent dismissal of two department level inspectors general isn’t sitting well with everyone.
The Government Accountability Office found that agencies with improper payment mitigation programs in place don’t actually measure how effective they are.
The USPS Office of Inspector General surveyed the postal services of six nations to see how they deal with rural networks.
To a certain cadre of thinkers, the coronavirus crisis is no surprise. For example, the National Intelligence Council accurately predicted it back in 2004.
CDC, FDA, even the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have all trimmed, relaxed or altered regulations.
The Trump administration amid the coronavirus pandemic has urged Congress to extend the timeline for the decennial count.
Election Assistance Commission has called for a review of the the latest proposed standards by its board of advisors, and by the public.
In today’s Federal Newscast, as more assets and money are being distributed for coronavirus response, there are those looking to take advantage of the current situation.
Postmaster General Megan Brennan warned the House Oversight and Reform Committee last year the Postal Service would run out of cash by 2024 without legislative and regulatory reform. But with a sharp drop in mail…
Former Recovery Board members say the new stimulus oversight panel should use the best available technology, hire the best people and push hard on transparency around where the trillions of dollars are going.
The pandemic board will oversee more than $2 trillion in spending, but recent shakeups in its leadership raise longstanding questions about the independence of these watchdogs.
NAPA has a long history of research into how to manage in difficult periods. Their President and CEO Terry Gerton joined us with some perspective.
GAO’s Director of Forensic Audits Rebecca Shea had more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.