The Army makes up a large chunk of the military's deployments, but does it need to be everywhere at once?
The grouping of defense agencies are looking inward to make up for the budget gap.
The bill directs the Commerce Department to partner with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to identify the ten most critical emerging science and technology challenges facing the U.S.
The last 15 years of federal agency IT modernization seems to be culminating under the Biden administration due to a perfect combination of technology maturation, pandemic's impact and real funding from Congress.
COVID-19 highlighted weaknesses in the federal emergency response chain of command and medical supply lines. But the agency's acting chief told senators FEMA has a better understanding of what needs to be done going forward.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has experienced several consecutive years of budget boosts, and 2022 may be no different. But unlike prior years, VA is seeking more funding for veterans homelessness, research and infrastructure upgrades.
The National Defense Strategy asks DoD to counter near-peer competitors, Iran, North Korea and terrorism.
Agencies have done their fair share of hiring during the pandemic, but the size of the federal workforce hasn't budged much in recent years. Today, Uncle Sam employs 1 million fewer people than it did during World War II.
The Biden administration's proposal puts money in naval power and gamechanging technologies.
The Biden administration’s 2022 budget request raises the bar for federal contracts going to small, disadvantaged businesses and sets higher budgets for agency research and development spending across the board.
Nearly all civilian agencies would see double-digit spending increases next year, according to the Biden administration's 2022 budget request, which officials previewed Friday.
We now know what's going to be occupying Congress for the next few weeks or months. For a look inside that infrastructure bill and a few other matters, Bloomberg Government Congressional Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick.
The Biden administration is expected to propose a 2.7% federal pay raise for civilian employees in 2022, well above the 1% bump workers received this year.
The Senate is out of session for a couple of weeks. So nobody can filibuster, or not filibuster anyone else.