Innovation of federal IT springs up all over the government, including the IRS' most recent move to provide more wireless options.
In today's Federal Newscast, the National Treasury Employees Union asked the Office of Personnel Management when federal employees can expect to see the 1.9 percent pay raise recently signed into law.
In response to rats, mold and lead paint in housing, military services are conducting checks and inspections for families.
The White House is firing an opening shot in an upcoming fight with Capitol Hill Democrats over spending on domestic agencies that face sharp budget cuts without a new budget deal
In today's Federal Newscast, after the National Coalition for Men sued, a federal district judge ruled in its favor, saying forcing only men to register for the Selective Service is unfair.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency (IARPA) will release the details of its Virtuous User Environment (VirtUE) program that secures each employee role in separate cloud containers.
Skeletons and fossils in museum cases look like interesting artifacts to most of us, but to Anna "Kay" Behrensmeyer at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History they tell deep stories.
At least five bills have been reintroduced in the 116th Congress by incumbent lawmakers. And as the fog of last month's partial government shutdown clears, it's possible more bills have or will resurface.
Employer branding is one of the chief battlefields in the fight for talent. The government is not well-positioned for that fight.
The Office of Government Ethics has weighed in on wide variety of questions and issues that came up during the most recent 35-day government shutdown.
The National Academies' annual awards underscore women's contributions to research science, including three female feds.
The past few months have been particularly challenging for the IRS, with budget ups and downs, a long government shutdown and a complex new tax code.
After 17 years of war against Taliban and al-Qaida-linked insurgents, Marines are going through advanced cold-weather training to prepare for future wars against foes such as Russian and North Korea
While the recent resignation of the state of California's No. 2 IT leader sparked speculation about the future of State CIO Amy Tong, her boss offered unqualified support.