In today’s Federal Newscast, with the threat of a government shutdown looming, the National Treasury Employees Union is pleading with Congress to pass the seven remaining appropriations bills.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development launched a special website to highlight the people who benefit from the agency’s services.
Larry Allen joined Federal Drive to talk about key shuffles, such as Laura Stanton becoming the new day-to-day manager of the General Services Administration’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions telecom contract.
Nick Parrillo, a professor at the Yale Law School, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with highlights of a deep-dive look at the guidance in question.
Federal agencies shared messages of thanks and helpful reminders on social media for shoppers and diners this Thanksgiving week.
Frederic Lemieux of the Georgetown University School of Continuous Studies joins host John Gilory on this week’s Federal Tech Talk for an academic approach to intelligence.
In today’s Federal Newscast, NASA received eighth consecutive clean financial audit opinion for fiscal year 2018.
President Trump’s 2018 turkey pardon marked the 71st year since the ceremony first took place in 1947.
Michael Hoefer, chief of the office of performance and quality at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, talks data optimization and winning a silver medal.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Senators Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Mark Warner (D-VA) say federal agencies aren’t proactively helping employees understand how or if they should pay taxes on moving expenses for their jobs.
White House chief of staff receives praise and criticism from Trump, but not a pledge to keep him on the job
President Donald Trump says he will name EPA’s acting head, Andrew Wheeler, to the permanent post at the agency
With election results portending as many as 20 new governors next year, what advice does NASCIO President and Delaware state CIO James Collins have for the affected state IT leaders who want to keep their job?
The Pentagon’s second-ranking officials says the number of U.S. active-duty troops deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border has “pretty much peaked” at the current total of 5,800