The National Academy of Public Administration wants to answer two big questions about government oversight: What & how.
Getting a top-notch IT crew takes real planning and strategy. The Secret Service has a lot of work to do there.
Recent policy from OSC aims to clarify if and how discussing impeachment might take place. Some feds are still confused.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department’s Inspector General says the Air Force missed certain steps that could have prevented last year’s mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
The National Science Foundation is looking to build a “market” for technology aimed at lowering the barriers for federal employees today to get the jobs of the future.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is partnering with private sector companies to expand its growing telehealth program.
The federal acquisition system might be complicated and slow, but it’s not immune to change. In fact, Congress and its own practitioners are constantly tinkering with it.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new study by the RAND Corporation analyzes how military pay stacks up against civilian pay over the last 20 years.
Task Force offers both new and old ideas for fixing the cash-poor Postal Service.
Now higher on the intellectual property theft food chain are industrial products and integrated circuits, which can weaken national security.
The Air Force believes it’s proved the value of agile software development via its Kessel Run project. The next task is to spread it across the service.
Since 2010 the Presidential Management Fellows Program has brought thousands of students and recent graduates into federal service. Margot Conrad at the Partnership for Public Service had more details.
One of the IDEA Act’s backers is California Democrat Ro Khanna, who spoke with Federal Drive with Tom Temin shortly after the House bill passage.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department said Sgt. Ikaika Kang provided sensitive military documents and military equipment to who he thought were members of ISIS.
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