In today's Federal Newscast, federal managers say they need more guidance from the Biden administration about the new vaccine and testing policy for employees.
The IRS plans to surge its hiring to fill its depleted ranks. The agency told Congress last year it has 33,000 fewer employees than it did a decade ago.
NASA is taking the next several months to "experiment" with employee telework and remote arrangements before making big investment or divestment decisions.
White House named Mina Hsiang as the new administrator of USDS replacing Matt Cutts, who left in April after four years as the acting or permanent leader.
The Air Force is hard at work on a project to replace its crucial weather satellites. Shepherding this project is a finalist in this year's Service to America Medals program, Chong Le.
In today's Federal Newscast, one agency is testing the idea of not having cars at their executives' beckon call.
Mike Causey asked a couple of dozen faithful readers the same question: What about the office of the future from your standpoint?
The Government Accountability Office is planning to release a report in early fiscal 2022 about the cybersecurity impacts of technologies adopted in response to the pandemic.
The Office of Management and Budget is launching Evaluation.gov as a hub for agencies to document how they will back up program performance with data and metrics.
FEMA, State and Air Force bring on new technology executives to key cyber and innovation roles.
Facial recognition technology has gone mainstream in the federal government. Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest from the director for science, technology assessment and analytics at the Government Accountability Office, Candice Wright.
The contract for coworking space builds on what GSA and Public Buildings Service officials have already described as a long-term rethinking of federal office space.
Five sometimes rival groups have formed the Government Managers Coalition. They say the government needs to devote more time, energy and money in developing policies governmentwide that will best serve the public and protect the federal workforce.
Only a holistic approach that addresses climate change, invasive species, forest and rangeland management, and a thoughtful approach to agriculture will allow us to achieve ecological sustainability for generations of Americans to come.