As we navigate a landscape of evolving threats and heightened security needs, integrating AI-driven solutions in federal facilities is not just a forward-thinking move but a necessary evolution.
For nearly 20 years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has operated a data gathering site, called the National Healthcare Safety Network. In 2020, CDC made it mandatory for nursing homes to report COVID cases. Suddenly thousands of nursing homes had to enroll in the network. It didn't go well, but things have improved since then.
Chuck Hardy, the chief architect at GSA, said the agency has learned a great deal about the future of office space from the feedback of 1,800 registered users.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) said he’s “lost confidence” in Social Security IG Gail Ennis, and is calling on the president to fire her.
USPS reported a $2.1 billion net loss for the first quarter of fiscal 2024 — more than double its $1 billion net loss for the same period last year.
In moving, the Science and Technology Directorate reduced its square footage, Rowe said, because it anticipated people would no longer work in the office en masse.
The Pentagon has completed its review of Defense Secretary’s Lloyd Austin’s failure last month to quickly notify the president and other senior leaders about his hospitalization for complications from prostate cancer surgery.
In developing policies and programs, federal officials need to integrate their constitutional and statutory underpinnings. And they need research and evidence on how the eventual program will perform, as well as what work might already have occurred at another agency.
Relative to other recent presidents, White House staff turnover during the Biden administration has been low. Turnover reached 35% 2022 and dropped to 23% last year.
Some scammers attempt to steal cash through a money-laundering phone call hoax.
Leaders on the Oversight and Accountability Committee are now turning to OMB to try to get deeper details on federal telework.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) needs people with the expertise to oversee so-called crypto assets like bitcoin. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that the SEC needs to update its workforce planning strategy in order to ensure it has the crypto experts it needs.
The Postal Service is planning to significantly reduce its carbon footprint by the end of the decade, as it rolls out a majority-electric fleet and consolidates facilities.