Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said he will help the Postal Service develop a business operating model that will allow it to meet its universal service obligation and put it on a “trajectory for success.”
A surge in package revenue from April has led to the top Republicans in the House and Senate oversight committees to ask USPS to reassess their projections.
The House is starting to turn its attention to some ordinary business, namely crafting appropriations bills for the 2021 fiscal year.
The Pentagon says it’s not resisting oversight but also did not say when officials will appear on the Hill.
Though the Department of Veterans Affairs over-projected the impact the coronavirus pandemic would have on the veterans population, the agency said it’s preparing for potential “rebound” in the fall.
The Postal Service Board of Governors lost its quorum this week, with Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman stepped down, but the Trump administration has two nominees for the board in the pipeline.
The Government Accountability Office’s latest report on government waste on overlapping and duplicative programs was just released. Jessica Lucas-Judy, the GAO’s director for strategic issues, detailed the latest report’s findings on an episode of the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Pandemic response has acted like a pressure test for federal IT systems and related modernization funding.
Congress — most of it, anyway — returns to Washington with a long agenda. At the top of the list is what will be in a fourth stimulus bill if there is one.
House Democrats in their latest stimulus bill included a billion dollars for federal IT modernization after a $3 billion proposal was left out of the CARES Act.
Analysts at Govini have dissected the trends in PPE spending by the military since 2013.
An independent assessment by the Defense Business Board found DoD’s chief management officer is “nearly unanimously” viewed as ineffective — partly because the CMO was never set up for success.
New pulse survey data from the Census Bureau will supplement other sources that HUD has relied on for years to allocate more than $3 billion in CARES Act spending.
For a roundup and the effects it’s all having, the Executive Vice President and Counsel at the professional services counsel, Alan Chvotkin spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.