To put USPS on a long-term sustainable path, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said the agency will soon release a 10-year strategy focused on upgrading its aging infrastructure.
Rob Efrus, founder and CEO of Efrus Federal Advisors, joins host Aileen Black on this week's Leaders and Legends to discuss leadership during adversity, and how to create a working environment that is results oriented.
The Senate has overwhelmingly voted to confirm President Joe Biden’s pick to oversee the Department of Veterans Affairs
For more of what both houses of Congress are up to in the days ahead, Federal Drive with Tom Temin called on Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan.
Rocky Campione, the agency's chief information officer, is leaving in April -- while Wayne Jones, associate administrator for information management and CIO at the National Nuclear Security Administration, has retired.
Entering a federal agency for the first time as an appointed manager can be daunting. Tom Temin got a breakdown from Boston Consulting Group's Daniel Werfel.
Most career executives are accustomed to the steady stream of new directives and memos at the start of new administrations, but it puts pressure on them to ensure their employees don't experience policy whiplash.
Steve LaFleche will be the new general manager for the U.S. Public and Federal Market, taking over from Jay Bellissimo, who left in January to join Vonage.
The NSA's Cybersecurity Directorate has marked a full year of operations. For details on what it's managed to get done, deputy director Dave Luber spoke to Tom Temin.
The Senate has confirmed Alejandro Mayorkas as President Joe Biden’s homeland security secretary
After a fair amount of drama over Defense advisory boards in the past few months, the Pentagon is starting completely fresh by relieving hundreds of board members.
Eric Hysen worked on the Biden transition team before heading to Homeland Security.
The Senate has approved Pete Buttigieg to be transportation secretary, which makes him the first openly gay person confirmed to a Cabinet post
The Biden administration quickly eliminated many of its predecessors' signature federal workforce policies. With the Schedule Fs and diversity/inclusion training bans gone, is there anything left from the Trump agenda to build on?