As the the Internet of Things and 5G become more prevalent, analysts say the government needs a strategy on how it buys hardware and software.
The Interior Department is spending nearly $139,000 to upgrade three sets of double doors in the office of Secretary Ryan Zinke
The Senate on Wednesday night confirmed both Jeff Pon and Michael Rigas to serve as director and deputy director for the Office of Personnel Management.
They need experienced career staff to execute policy direction. It is probably safe to say there are too many political appointees in some agencies.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel updates its its guidance regarding when federal employees’ use of social media violates the Hatch Act.
If the Senate confirms President Donald Trump’s nominee to the Merit Systems Protection Board, it would restore a quorum after a year-long gap.
A federal watchdog says White House counselor Kellyanne Conway violated the federal law prohibiting government officials from using their positions to influence political campaigns
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services can’t be sure medical demonstration programs actually demonstrate what they are supposed to.
Larry Allen joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin to provide advice on ways contractors can be prepared for when the CR runs out again on March 23.
The FBI names a new executive assistant director of its information and technology branch.
Biometric identification systems have been central to cutting re-entry from hours to minutes. CBP is working to upgrade its systems.
Budget cuts and staffing shortfalls are just two problems affecting open data and transparency in the Trump administration
Two executives of the Federal Communications Commission are coming under fire for alleged ethics violations.
White House communications director Hope Hicks, one of President Donald Trump’s most loyal aides, is resigning