Construction is underway - reconstruction more accurately - at a complex of ancient buildings at the Washington, D.C. Navy Yard, under the auspices of the Naval History and Heritage Command.
The 1,600 employees of the National Science Foundation started working from home in March - a familiar story to so many across the country. But NSF might have been a little more prepared to make the switch.
The top officials from each branch want hospitals and clinics back under their control.
Everybody loves national parks but funding from Congress has been stingy -- but last week it passed and President Trump signed a bill to change that.
Less than a year after becoming secretary, Lonnie Bunch had to shutter the Smithsonian.
The Trump administration’s request for $1.8 billion to build a new FBI headquarters in Washington D.C. in the latest coronavirus spending bill has lost any steam.
Assistant Director of the FBI Information Management Division Arlene Gaylord joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for a verbal tour.
The Energy Department said it was unlikely local conditions in the National Capital Region would support fully 'back to normal' return for its employees. The department instead said it will enter into new telework agreements with employees who need more flexibilities.
Officials who want to finally trigger the long-predicted brain drain from federal agencies can probably do it rather quickly.
Field and local offices at the Social Security Administration are still closed to the public, with managers handling some in-person services on a case-by-case basis. Despite a series of cuts to its telework program before the pandemic, SSA hasn't yet recalled large numbers of employees back to their offices.
An IG inspection found half a billion dollars in unfunded maintenance items at DoD health care facilities, including at least seven that could cause death or serious injuries.
Under a new master plan, the Department of Homeland Security will next focus on the construction of two new buildings on the St. Elizabeths campus in Washington, D.C.
The House Appropriations Committee's draft spending bill sets aside $6 billion to modernize federal buildings and moves the Department of Homeland Security one step closer to a consolidated campus in the Washington metro area.
In both chambers of Congress, next year's NDAA tells DoD it's time to devote more energy toward understanding not just the cost of buying weapons, but the long-term cost of owning them.