Donald Trump is 74, Joe Biden 77. So it's reasonable to think about continuity of governance when the top dog is incapacitated.
The Postal Service took a deep look at how Generation Z regards mail and whether it is even aware of USPS and the services it offers.
Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul said Mathur would leave his role as CIO on Oct. 26 and be a senior advisor to his office until he leaves the agency later this year.
The Army is expecting to save another $10 billion through its Night Court process in 2022 by divesting from legacy systems and reinvesting that money in higher priority weapons. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told reporters…
This week on Leaders and Legends, Ghada Ijam, CIO of the Federal Reserve System, joins host Aileen Black to discuss the role technology played in the agency's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
New rules from the Office of Personnel Management, which become final next month, formally implement portions of the president's 2018 executive order on employee firing and discipline.
NASA has been busy on a program to use the moon as a launch pad to Mars. It will spend a lot of money to do so. The agency wanted to get an idea of the economic impact of this program.
When it comes to cybersecurity federal agencies, along with many large organizations and small ones, are still digging out of the cybersecurity hole.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Partnership for Public Service is sounding alarm bells over the state of the federal workforce ahead of the upcoming presidential election.
The Director of GAO’s Financial Markets and Community Investment team, Bill Shear, spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin about what it's found so far.
Billions have been spent to overhaul the Army's aging weapons plants, but officials say the system needs a fundamental rethinking to make it agile enough to keep up with military requirements.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Trump administration can end census field operations early, in a blow to efforts to make sure minorities are properly counted in the crucial once-a-decade tally
The Senate is almost totally occupied with Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, but this debate also crowds out other important business in a compressed time period.
There are 50,000 people working in the Energy Department's nuclear security enterprise and for obvious reasons, most of them haven't had the option of teleworking during the pandemic.