Contract negotiations and a proposed rule change for disability appeal processing have widened the wedge between the SSA and its administrative law judges.
Congress and Veterans Affairs opted to grant benefits to Navy veterans whose ship duties during the Vietnam War might have exposed them to agent orange.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management has more ideas to help the federal workforce prevent the possible spread of the coronavirus.
With more of what to expect between now and the next recess, we turned to long-time Congress watcher and The Fulcrum editor in chief David Hawkings.
Big contractors scoop up smaller ones with big potential.
Lynne Parker at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the research.
To explain the bill and what’s going on, Norton joined spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The U.S. and Mexico are so closely intertwined economically that it makes sense for their intellectual property systems to harmonize more closely.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Republican Study Committee want to overhaul federal employee pay, performance awards and hiring systems.
The budget the Pentagon will propose next week includes $5.7 billion in program cancellations throughout DoD’s “fourth estate,” in addition to more than $2 billion in programs it wants to move to the control of the military services.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Management and Budget releases the job posting to fill the federal deputy chief information officer’s position.
The question of culture and whether its right or not has dogged U.S. Special Operations Forces for some time now.
Congress had so many small adjustments to procurement in its 2020 Defense Authorization bill, it ran out of 800 series digits.
In the 21st century, the online shopping world has been dangling the idea of same-day package deliveries. How significant is this idea and should the Postal Service get into that game?