Western University for Health Sciences president Dr. Daniel Wilson says the Biden administration needs to radically change the way the government communicates about vaccines.
If you think federal accounting is dull and unchanging, think again. People who do federal accounting and finance say it's a constantly moving field that requires ongoing training.
In today's Federal Newscast, officials at the Justice Department are sending a warning to government contractors, they will be turning up the False Claims heat on cybersecurity fraud.
Freedom of Information Act requests are on the rise. Rising faster are instances of federal agencies turning them down.
A longstanding analysis partnership among the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the MITRE Corporation and several car makers is about to expand.
A year in, and government at all levels are assessing how they've responded, to the pandemic, that is, and what innovations they might want to keep, and not let fade away.
A form of contracting known as lowest-price technically acceptable, or LPTA, has long bugged federal contractors.
Besides being the biggest health care delivery organization in the country, the Veterans Health Administration is also one of the biggest medical research organizations.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics has more instructions on how agencies should implement President's Biden's new ethics pledge.
Here with what to expect for the week ahead in Congress, Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Transportation Security Administration is launching a national recruitment campaign to fill jobs by this summer.
In conducting procurements on behalf of other agencies, the General Services Administration's Assisted Acquisition Service often turns to small business, specifically the Small Business Innovation Research Program, to get new technology into the government.
With rival nations building up their navies, and in China's case getting a lot more aggressive, what should the United States' floating power look like?
Some solid career people are keeping the lights on at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. But the Biden administration has so far given few signals about what it plans to do.