A sexual assault allegation from inside a VA hospital has led to rancor among officials.
The General Services Administration does a decent job of meeting cost and schedules for new buildings and remodeling projects, but it fails to make note of when the costs or schedules are revised.
Turns out not all federal employees are covered. Tens of thousands of air traffic controllers are among those who technically don’t have access yet to this new benefit.
On the hunch it lacked sufficient science and technology advice, Congress turned to the National Academy of Public Administration to come up with options.
At the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service, the CIO and chief acquisition officer are working together to get a better handle on the nearly $2.7 billion CMS spends on technology each year.
At least in time for the calendar 2020, but not fiscal 2020, Congress and the White House established a budget. So it’s a better start to the new year than least year’s dismal shutdown.
Anything affecting people and their careers — the stories never stop coming.
He thanks feds and lets them know, by golly, he got them a raise.
Amazon protest stalls at the narrow bandwidth of the court filing system
Launching a new aircraft carrier is more than floating a big ship.
Watchdog ponders overwhelming amount of fake online reviews.
FAA “culture of noncompliance” puzzles the Office of Special Counsel.
Some people never grow up, some are wise before the gray comes in.
Cloud, electronic health records, Google, privacy all converge in novel arrangement