Also in today’s Federal Newscast, for the first time in 12 years, federal civilian agencies suffered no major cyber incidents in fiscal 2018.
Congress declined to authorize a new assistant secretary of the Navy for information management, so officials are moving on to “Plan B.”
In today’s Federal Newscast, agencies have one less thing to worry about for the final six weeks of fiscal 2019, budget cuts due to sequestration are not on the table.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced plans to streamline the department’s 13 ethics programs into one.
The head of U.S. Special Operations Command is launching an ethics review of his commando forces because of recent incidents of bad behavior and criminal allegations against troops.
In today’s Federal newscast, the Pentagon’s inspector general is investigating whether DoD is complying with a law meant to protect domestic suppliers.
Use of CBD and other hemp products could get your discharged from the Navy.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office found leadership changes have stalled out some of the agency’s reorganization efforts.
The Navy is is offering $150,000 to individuals, academia or businesses as part of a challenge to find AI software that detects cyber attacks.
Naval Supply Systems Command says more communication with the service’s vendors will go a long way. NAVSUP’s Karen Fenstermacher explains.
As the military deals with reports of mice, mold and lead paint in privatized housing, the Army and Navy saw a decline in overall satisfaction with the homes.
“Fat Leonard” Navy bribery has long ended, but not the aftershocks.
Mark Pletcher, assistant U.S. attorney for the southern district of California, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk more about the ‘details of the ‘Fat Leonard’ case.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration extended the deadline for proposals for the Agriculture Department to lease space in the Kansas City region.