For more than a decade, the CyberPatriot national youth cyber defense competition has matched teams of middle and high school students who find and fix cybersecurity flaws.
In today's Federal Newscast, over 50 House members are urging the Department of Veterans Affairs to create a centralized spot within the agency to report sexual harassment.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel handed down a fine and two-year ban from federal service to a former official at Housing and Urban Development.
Thanks in large measure to the work of Dr. Matthew Kerr, a research physicist at the Naval Research Laboratory, we know exactly where in the cosmos at least some fast radio bursts (FRBs) originate.
Government-chartered Federal Home Loan Banks, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were all the subject of a recent look-see by the Government Accountability Office.
What exactly is a false claim for purposes of federal contracting and if the government goes after a contractor?
On the theory it's never too early to get people to think about military careers, the Naval Sea Cadet Corps program encourages interest in naval topics for students.
With how services contractors are thinking about the proposed infrastructure bill, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council, David Berteau.
Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Washington State University have reached a milestone to convert biocrude into diesel.
In today's Federal Newscast, inventors working anything Covid related could get special goodies from the Patent and Trademark Office.
USPS is set to run out of cash by the final quarter of 2022 if it doesn't act on its 10-year reform plan, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said in an interivew.
We now know what's going to be occupying Congress for the next few weeks or months. For a look inside that infrastructure bill and a few other matters, Bloomberg Government Congressional Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick.
John Kamensky, after spending 24 years in federal public service, spent another career researching, writing about and pushing for governmental excellence, just retired
A new funding program from the Advanced Research Projects Agency Energy aims to reduce fuel consumption by conventional cars by automating much of what drivers do.