In today’s Federal Newscast, the DCSA says it’s business model is getting more efficient in its first full year of operation.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the agency’s fiscal 2021 budget justification to Congress shows that agencies went from about 194 million square feet of leased space in 2014, to just under 183 million square feet projected in 2021.
Citing the budget caps agreed to last year, Congressional Democrats say they’ll ignore President Donald Trump’s proposed cuts for civilian agencies next year.
For the latest thinking in the whistleblower community, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to the co-founder and general counsel of the National Whistleblower Center, David Colapinto.
The Defense Security Cooperation Agency has launched a certification program for people in the security cooperation workforce.
Wireless carriers are worried about the government ban on Chinese equipment but encouraged over recent FCC and Congressional action.
In the politically-twisted world of government budgeting, it can be hard to tell what everyone is up to.
The Mitre Corporation, which operates federally funded research and development centers, has set up a lab to explore mobile autonomous systems.
Even it is prevails, in some sense DOD will lose on JEDI.
Veterans in rural areas often have to deal with a shortage of medical practitioners — a new Veterans Affairs initiative is aiming to fix that.
For more, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with John Miller, senior vice president of policy at the technology trade association ITI.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the departments of Commerce, Defense, Transportation and Homeland Security are on the clock to figure out how best to secure the systems that support global positioning satellites and related critical infrastructure.
The Government Accountability Office has found way the DEA could tighten up the quality and governance of the data.
Responding to a law enacted in 2018 the DEA is proposing new regulations for how it grants quotas in an effort to curb addiction.