The Army seeks industry feedback on ways to leverage emerging technology to transform the way it operates and maintains its bases, despite a nearly flat budget.
In today’s Federal Newscast, as part of a new pilot program, the Defense Department awards contracts to five companies to actively recruit technical talent from the private sector.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a bipartisan group in the House Veterans Affairs Committee wants more information about VA’s plans to curb sexual harassment.
In today’s Federal Newscast, A bipartisan pair of lawmakers want to give some federal employees a new retirement flexibility.
In today’s Federal Newscast, another former member of the intelligence community was found to have conspired with Chinese intelligence services.
NIST Director Walter Copan and FEMP Director Rob Ivester spoke with Federal Drive with Tom Temin about their collaborative solar energy efforts.
While employees await a decision about the department’s plans for the proposed USDA relocation, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has announced a new initiative designed to better organize workspace in the national capital region.
Even the best plans can fail in the face of sudden policy changes. Keepers of the nuclear arsenal are scrambling.
New retention bonuses for Border Patrol agents who enter into a 12-month service agreement become available in May.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants feedback on whether it should set restrictions on donations to legal expense funds for federal employees.
Even in the latter centuries, fire remains a non-discriminating agent of destruction. Like Notre Dame, over the years, the federal government has had its share.
About a quarter of all federal leases held by the General Services Administration will expire within the next two years, giving the agency a big opportunity to renegotiate for long-term leases on buildings where agencies plan on staying put — and at a lower rate.
The Department of Homeland Security told House lawmakers last week it wants to build three new buildings, including a new facility for the newly renamed Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, on the St. Elizabeths campus by 2026.
The Agriculture Department said it plans to make a final recommendation on a new location for both the Economic Research Service and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture in early May.