Reading the inspector general’s meta-report, you’d think there’s nothing the government can do right. History says otherwise.
With no one in charge, it looks as if the White House is only slightly concerned with instituting an effective cybersecurity strategy.
Not only does the federal government encourage the wider adoption of autonomous vehicles, it also has to regulate them.
Online government services, unlike freebies like Facebook or Google, won’t sell your data or flood you with ads.
The Food and Drug Administration uses a big data analytics approach to better understanding prescription patterns and the opioid crisis.
The chairman of House Energy and Commerce Committee is seeking data on whether daylight saving time saves energy.
The acting director wants Congress to take over from the Federal Reserve the full oversight and budget authority for CFPB.
Ronny Jackson, or whomever becomes the next Veterans Affairs secretary, might only succeed by clearing out the infighting senior staff.
It took the riots following an assassination to show the country that Washington, D.C. was a real city with real people.
Good design is part of good customer service. So is ensuring consistency from location to location.
The biggest objective is overhaul of the federal personnel system.
VA looks headed for its sixth secretary in five years.
Following a new set of policies concerning public affairs officers, the Air Force is cutting back on interviews and base visits for journalists.
FirstNet, a Commerce Department unit, recently gave the green light to AT&T to start building new emergency communications network.