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.
The State Department sometimes uses art and artists to spread diplomacy and U.S. culture overseas.
Recently the American Society of Civil Engineers confirmed that the nation's infrastructure could stand some rebuilding. For more, Federal Drive turned to civil engineer and former ASCE president, Greg DiLoreto.
If people can see Wrestlemania in person, why can't at least some federal offices start to repopulate?
The Office of Management and Budget is pulling its approval to sell one of a dozen high-value underutilized federal properties identified by an independent board last year.
Robin Carnahan, former Secretary of State of Missouri and founder of GSA’s 18F’s consulting practice, would replace Emily Murphy as administrator.
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.
NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland will, for the first time, offer virtual tours, to bring and interactive experience to people at home.
In today's Newscast, the president wants to set aside $18 billion to repair and modernize VA facilities, and also invest $10 billion in other federal buildings.
The Senate is out of session for a couple of weeks. So nobody can filibuster, or not filibuster anyone else.