Bob Tobias, a professor at American University, says next-year’s budget proposal from the White House is enough to make some feds say, “Stop the world, I want to get off.”
In a first, the State Department in January established what it describes as an enterprise-level data and analytics hub. The Center for Analytics aims to help diplomats do their jobs more effectively using data analytics.
Carrie Cordero at the Center for a New American Security argues that Congressional oversight of federal cybersecurity is too much of a patchwork and ought to be consolidated.
The Social Security Administration wants to activate 80-year-old legal authority for hearing disability cases.
In today’s Federal Newscast, agencies receive new ways to protect their data on contractor or non-federal systems.
As Congress returns to business this week, a little bloodied and dazed by political developments of last month, it’s got a 2021 budget to contemplate.
Recently the Federal Labor Relations Authority turned down a request from the departments of Education and Agriculture to issue a policy statement clarifying what’s a condition of employment and a working condition.
In today’s Federal Newscast, U.S. Census officials are asking local law enforcement to remain vigilant against threats to 2020 census enumerators in the months ahead.
The 2020 National Defense Authorization did a lot of things, including righting what guardsman and reservists thought was a wrong. That had to do with credit toward their early retirement pay.
The Navy awarded Leidos an eight-year deal worth up to $7.7 billion to take over the new phase of the Navy’s Next General Enterprise Network.
Robin Colaninno, an astrophysicist at the Naval Research Laboratory, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin. to explain what this project is all about.