House members are silent on federal pay in their 2022 draft appropriations bill, meaning they'll defer to the president's recommendation for a 2.7% raise for employees next year.
A new study finds that female soldiers at Army bases in Texas, Colorado, Kansas and Kentucky face a greater risk of sexual assault and harassment than those at other posts, accounting for more than a third of all active duty Army women sexually assaulted in 2018
In the Grand Canyon National Park, the growing bison herd has to be controlled and park staff have several ways to do that, with help from sharp-shooting volunteers.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection plans to spend $46 million to update something you might not even know it does. Namely, the inspection of cargo coming into the United States not by sea or air, but by rail.
More than 75 years have passed since the Navy has had to repair several battle-damaged ships all at once. Now naval planners are wondering whether this capability might be needed once again.
The Army has expanded its temporary lodging improvement plans out to 2029.
Biden is asking lawmakers to approve $5 billion to support a broader national transition to electric and zero-emission vehicles.
In its latest look at how the State Department manages itself, the Government Accountability Office found State has made a lot of progress. Federal Drive got the latest from GAO's Jason Bair.
The National Archives and Records Administration expects it will take 18-to-24 months to resolve a backlog of outstanding requests at the National Personnel Records Center -- once it has systems in place to digitize and share documents with other agencies.
Many employees want to return to their offices not because they're so great, but because they want to renew human connections weakened over the past year.
In today's Federal Newscast, a bipartisan group of lawmakers are pushing for a commission to study whether agencies should be relocated outside the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Last March a DoD task force report found that the number of installations where the department is investigating PFAS exposure rose from 401 to 651 as of the end of fiscal 2019.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs' inspector general said the agency initially underestimated the costs of physical infrastructure upgrades needed to support its new electronic health record.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new climate change executive order could have implications for federal employees and the Thrift Savings Plan.