For decades observers of federal spending patterns have focused on the rush to use up contracting dollars in the fourth quarter. But this year, an equal but opposite phenomenon has emerged.
OMB released new guidance to agencies today for how the Technology Modernization Fund board will loan out the windfall funding Congress approved.
For some contractors a $15-an-hour minimum wage is a moot issue. For others, it would have a lot of implications for profits and competitiveness.
In today's Federal Newscast, a prominent veterans group says the Pentagon has decided not to allow it use the building’s parking lots as the staging area for its annual Memorial Day motorcycle ride.
The research and engineering unit at the Pentagon will establish 'centers of excellence' in some highly contemporary technologies.
For better or worse, public administration and the people who carry it out deal regularly with employee unions. But do unions help or hinder that public administration?
In today's Federal Newscast, President Joe Biden has a new message for federal employees during Public Service Recognition Week.
What exactly is Congress and the administration talking about when they throw around infrastructure spending?
State Department Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley says her top priority is “restoring trust” in a workforce that has seen diversity and inclusion efforts fall by the wayside across multiple administrations.
Every government employee gets a step-pay increase whether they deserve it or not. Supervisors say too many people aren't suited to their jobs or even unwilling to do them.
The Marines are in the midst of a thorough testing program for something that might seem like a simple thing: A new workout uniform.
The words workplace and worker health have taken on whole new meanings in the year plus long pandemic.
In today's Federal Newscast, two committee chairmen criticize the White House. A Navy plan to cut doctors is getting reexamined. The NSF wants to hand out $22 million to teams of problems solvers.
They're here to stay regardless. It works well when everyone keeps the mission as the North Star.