Masks are no longer required for fully-vaccinated employees, contractors and visitors inside federal buildings, the Office of Management and Budget told agencies last week. Maximum telework guidelines remain in place.
California’s Vandenberg Air Force Basehas been renamed as a U.S. Space Force Base
As pandemic guidelines change, the House Oversight and Reform Committee advanced legislation that would require specific workplace safety plans from federal agencies as they prepare to reopen offices.
Few images of Americana are more widely recognized than the giant presidential sculptures of Mount Rushmore. But there's much more to running a big national park than keeping viewing wall in good repair.
For one view of what's ahead, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the new Senate Sergeant at Arms Ret. Army Lt. Gen. Karen Gibson.
The Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General is in the midst of a region-by-region look at how well its facilities perform their mission. No surprise, the COVID pandemic is a big part of the look-see.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new Government Accountability Office report finds that the Defense Department is relying too much on GPS.
A total of 190 military bases around the globe no longer have travel restrictions.
In today's Federal Newscast, senators from Maryland and Virginia pressed President Joe Biden to come up with a plan for a new FBI headquarters.
The Social Security Administration said it would begin to incrementally bring more staff back to work in person at its field offices, as senators say the workarounds the agency implemented during the pandemic are falling short.
Katy Kale, the acting GSA administrator, said the Federal Green Advisory Committee stepped out in front soon after the EO and created two new task forces—the federal building decarbonization task group and the environmental justice and equity task group.
In today's Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration has a goal using renewable electricity for the entire federal real estate portfolio by 2025
Immigration and Customs Enforcement does maintain standards for the detention of illegal immigrants. But it doesn't always follow them.
The FBI is building several new facilities at the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, which will eventually accommodate at least 3,400 employees.