The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has started releasing a series of data sheets for the public. They show the delineations of wetland, a crucial piece of information in land and resource management.
One arm of the government's intellectual property protection machinery has a new position and a new person to fill it.
In today's Federal Newscast, House lawmakers want to change how cost-of-living adjustments, or COLAs, are calculated for many federal retirees.
Congress has okayed billions of dollars in security assistance for Ukraine. But one group thinks the U.S. Defense industry is well-positioned to provide not just weapons – but humanitarian aid too. The needs on the ground range from search and rescue equipment to medical supplies and satellite phones. A collection of Arizona-based industry groups is helping to identify those needs, ask for donations from contractors, and get the supplies where they need to go.
From infant formula to the devastating war in Ukraine, nothing is to big or small for Congressional attention this week. You can throw veterans and Veterans Affairs into the mix.
The new EHR has proven to be a heavy lift, especially when it comes to a realistic and enforceable schedule.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Postal Service settles another lawsuit stemming from the 2020 presidential election.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, staffing the nation’s healthcare facilities has been a challenge pretty much across the board. But the military’s hospitals and clinics faced special circumstances.
For anyone in Washington wanting to understand something in the Defense Department budget, Todd Harrison has been a go-to analyst. Now, after seven years at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, he's leaving to join a defense company.
The people behind the TSP, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, have a strategic plan for now through 2026.
In today's Federal Newscast, the IRS saw the amount of money collected through enforcement mechanism drop significantly in fiscal 2020.
The closer return-to-office dates come, the greater the apparent preference for telework.
Yes, federal employees are returning to their offices. No, conditions won't return to normal, whatever that is. At the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, management and union representatives have been trying out different workplace configurations.
The inspectors general for two intelligence agencies were each overpaid by tens of thousands of dollars between 2016 and 2020.