Over 90 agencies release 300 new actions aiming to expand opportunities in federal services for disadvantaged communities.
Rep. Gerry Connolly plans to develop legislation to address the growing issue of improper payments in federal spending.
The federal government is so big, it's hard to get your arms around it. But the Deloitte Center for Government Insights has given it a try. Its latest "government trends for 2022" observations are definitely worth reading.
As the Social Security Administration works through ongoing recruitment and retention challenges, agency employees prepare to start in-person services on April 7.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley and DoD Comptroller Michael McCord represented the Pentagon’s vanguard in defending the $773 billion 2023 budget request to Congress on Tuesday.
The White House’s fiscal 2023 budget request includes $65 billion for federal civilian IT spending, including big increases for DHS, OPM and SBA.
The 2023 White House budget request includes more funding for diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility initiatives at the Office of Personnel Management.
The $13.8 billion budget suggests getting a commercial icebreaker.
The Small Business Administration is planning to shed the equivalent of more than 3,400 full-time employees as part of its budget request for fiscal 2023.
The administration, as part of its fiscal 2023 budget request, expects the money would fund an expansion of USPS delivery capacity in underserved areas and support for vote-by-mail, including making ballots postage-free and reducing the cost of other election-related mail for jurisdictions and voters.
Even though a new survey shows that trust in the federal government is low, agencies have an opportunity to strengthen Americans’ perception of the institution.
More spending does not necessarily equal better security. As they work to secure our nation's digital infrastructure better, federal organizations must not waste billions of taxpayer dollars on reactive cybersecurity solutions that, in the private sector, have left many organizations with less security and more complex tools to manage.
The Defense Department is asking Congress for a $773 billion budget in 2023, which it says is crucial to continuing its concept of “integrated deterrence” — using weapons in multiple domains to project power — as it continues to identify China as the main threat to the United States.
The Army will continue to decrease its active duty force to 473,000.