No one quite knows how Farmers.gov is working because USDA hasn’t followed its own rules for documenting progress on IT programs.
In today's Federal Newscast, Dr. Francis Collins says he'll leave his post as director of the National Institutes of Health by the end of the year.
Everybody talks about using data to inform decision making about meeting the mandates of the Evidence Act, but fewer actually do it.
All DoD clearance holders are now enrolled in "continuous vetting, with the program now expanding to other agencies and looking to pull from more data sources.
For an industry reaction, the Executive Vice President for Policy at the Professional Services Council Stephanie Kostro spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Labor Department has appointed 29 members to its Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship.
Through the Lab's Air and Space Forces Science & Technology Front Door Project officials hope to nurture partnerships with S&T experts
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Defense put out a timeline for when civilians must get their first and second shots based on the type of vaccine in order to be in compliance.
Ten years after his death, Steve Jobs is remembered as much for an organizational revival as for a world-changing product.
The second Annual FDIC Academic Challenge launched just a few weeks ago, this one's focused on the effects of COVID-19 on the banking system.
The now-infamous "Fat Leonard" case stretched far and wide into the Navy contracting community and its officer ranks, and it may not be over yet.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Federal Acquisition Regulation Council has issued regulatory guidance on implementation of the vaccine mandate for federal contractors.
Members of Congress agreed to reauthorize the Highway Trust Fund that funds several DOT agencies during a vote on Saturday. But that's about all they got done.
With the IRS possibly getting big budget boosts in the next few years, the question becomes whether it can hire the people it says it needs … with any reasonable speed.