Energy Department and nuclear power industry are designing new programs to develop smaller, more cost efficient nuclear reactors.
Current analysis shows about 60 percent of federal agencies are compliant with BOD 18-01 DMARC requirements one year after the directive was issued.
The Army knows its soldiers have skills and talents that aren’t immediately identifiable based on their rank and military occupational specialty, A new integrated pay and personnel system will help the Army learn more about its soldiers and their talents.
Air Force leaders have been saying for the last several years that their service is too small to perform the missions the nation’s likely to ask of it.
As part of the VA Mission Act, Congress told the Veterans Affairs Department to consolidate its various private-sector care programs into one.
Congress is back home this week and won’t return to Capitol Hill until after the midterm elections. But it has a long to-do list for when it resumes.
Officials say a buckled stretch of track is believed to have caused a fiery freight train derailment in southwestern Indiana that belched black smoke into the sky and forced the evacuation of nearby homes
In today’s Federal Newscast, James Wolfe, who was the head of the security for the Senate Intelligence Committee for almost 30 years, has plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his interactions with a news organization.
A long running federal conference not only changes venues, it sports a whole new format.
Federal News Radio presents a daily update of important moments in the history of the U.S. government.
The U.S. stock market was down 4.21 percent last week or about $1.3 trillion. If you are invested in the Thrift Savings Plan’s C and S funds, that means you, too.
When President Jimmy Carter signed the Inspector General Act on Oct. 12, 1978, he saw the legislation as an olive branch to an American public that was still reeling from the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
In this special double-feature episode, we hold two separate panels with two pairs of experts. First, Oliver Schlake, Clinical Professor at Robert H. Smith School of Business; and Jack McDougle, president and CEO of the GWBT, discuss how to grow the region’s economy through new technology and product-oriented business. Next, Ed Bersoff, serial entrepreneur and angel investor; and Tami Howie, partner at DLA Piper and former CEO of Maryland Tech Council, discuss how the Tandem Product Academy works to spur innovation in the D.C. area.
With the increased emphasis on managing and rewarding high performers and addressing low performers, many federal agencies are reevaluating how they handle performance management. Legacy software systems are increasingly unable to meet evolving needs, and off-the-shelf solutions used by private sector companies frequently fail to address issues specific to the Federal Government.
A new report frets over the growing obesity epidemic and its impact on the military.