The Office of Special Counsel surprised the federal community with last week’s recommendation that White House aide Kellyanne Conway get canned.
The 2020 National Defense Authorization Act is still in committee draft but expected out Monday.
The Pentagon has long said that one of its biggest cybersecurity challenges is fragmentation of its networks.
In today’s Federal Newscast, two bills to protect federal employees’ health insurance benefits during future government shutdowns advanced to the full House for a vote.
GSA Administrator Emily Murphy joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss MAS consolidation, catalog management and other cornerstone initiatives of her agency’s Federal Marketplace Strategy.
FEMA is short nearly 2,000 temporary reserve employees, but acting agency Administrator Peter Gaynor insisted this year’s hurricane season won’t be a repeat of 2017.
The Navy says a helicopter pilot who heads a military command in Guam will be the first female leader of the U.S. Naval War College
New benefits, daycare grants and possible backpay may all be in the future for Defense Department employees, service members and contractors.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said the USDA relocation will save government $300 million over 15 years. About 100 employees are expected to move out of the national capital region by Aug. 1.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup has analogs in the world of federal management.
Mark Esper gives Federal News Network a “state of the Army.”
Several former Environmental Protection Agency administrators said flat budgets and pushback on agency scientists from political leadership have frustrated a shrinking workforce.
Agencies behind the long-running Manufacturing USA network seek to spur a resurgence in American manufacturing prowess and advanced technologies.
Texas Rep. Michael McCaul’s bill would create groups of cyber first responders in the event of a cyber attack on the government or private sector.