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In today's Federal Newscast, you can add water issues at federal properties to the list of unforeseen consequences from the lockdown.
Instead of closing new Grand Junction headquarters, BLM will now have two headquarters.
Agency has been dealing with employees complaints about parking for more than 60 years.
The FAA is seeking new designs for control towers that are both functional and distinctive.
Congress is out this week and the regular appropriations continuing resolution hasn't got much longer to go. Is a year long CR in the offing?
The State Department has named a new coordinator for its investigation into cases of so-called Havana Syndrome
The General Services Administration, under the authority to fast-track the process, is selling federal properties considered valuable but underutilized by their agency tenants.
The General Services Administration sees a unique opportunity to reduce the federal government’s office footprint over the coming years, as agencies reconsider their office space needs following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The chairman of the House readiness subcommittee wants detailed, near-term plans on what the military services are doing to address deteriorating facility conditions within the next three months.
Natural language processing and automation are some of the technologies agencies are considering both to cope with an aging out of the federal workforce.
The Army also has completed the establishment of a national chain of what it calls MDRS's - Modernization, displacement and repair sites.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin caught up with the deputy commander of the Army's installations management command, Maj. Gen. Omar Jones.
A recent executive order forces all of government to consider how the federal work environment — from the digital tools agencies use to the physical workspace — can best meet everyone's needs, including employees with disabilities.
A total of 23 agencies have detailed new climate change strategies, part of their response to a January executive order from President Joe Biden.