The Air Force Radioactive Recycling and Disposal Team handles low-level radioactive recycling and low-level mixed waste management in the Air Force and provides radioactive material recycling for the entire Defense Department.
Three proposed locations for a new FBI headquarters in suburban Maryland and Virginia are still viable sites for the agency to relocate.
GAO doesn't opine on whether Huntsville was the right or wrong decision. But the office says the Air Force made some fundamental missteps
The American Federation of Government Employees filed a fourth unfair labor practice complaint with EEOC over safety protocols in reentry plans.
In today's Federal Newscast, a bill passes the House giving federal workers who get injured on the job better access to workers' compensation.
USPS announced it would soon publish a Notice of Intent that will supplement the Final Environmental Impact Statement for its next-generation delivery vehicle fleet.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is still planning to reshape its real estate footprint across the country, even if a commission meant to refine these changes doesn’t come into focus.
The targets are part of the service’s new climate change strategy, which the Navy released on Tuesday.
Some members of Congress believe former President Donald Trump had a conflict of interest. As a private citizen, Trump had leased, from the General Services Administration, the old Post Office Pavilion. It became a Trump Hotel.
The Naval Construction Battalion Center (Seabees) is celebrating 80 years having been established June 2, 1942.
The Postal Service is looking to restructure its network of facilities in its delivery network as part of an ongoing effort to improve its long-term financial health.
The Biden administration is looking to accelerate the pace of federal permitting and environmental reviews for thousands of infrastructure projects under the $1 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Malicious actors have found that they can manipulate these digitized systems with the possibility of damaging water infrastructure or even changing the way it’s treated to introduce harmful chemicals.
The EPA told employees last week that it is pushing back plans to relocate Houston lab employees from their current leased office space to another facility about 400 miles away in Ada, Oklahoma.