This week the U.S. Green Building Council released its 2018 Top 10 States for LEED Green Building. See which of these states are home to the most LEED-certified buildings owned and leased by the General Services Administration.
Before the reopening of the government Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with Heidi Burakiewicz, partner at Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch, who represents many Bureau of Prison employees.
The General Services Administration approves the technologies and the vendors and the White House sets the parameters for the security of federal facilities. But GAO says upgrades aren’t happening quickly enough.
OPM says those non-furloughed employees able to telework are expected to do so and do not receive weather and safety leave.
House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Mac Thornberry said defense funds should only be used for DoD’s most pressing needs.
Agriculture Sonny Perdue has famously proposed moving the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) out of Washington. A former NIFA director is skeptical of the merits.
The Grand Canyon will be celebrating 100 years as a national park in 2019
In today’s Federal Newscast, while some members of Congress are trying to make sure federal employees can get paid during a potential shutdown, don’t expect every member to feel sorry for them.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Postal Service’s inspector general said USPS has more than a million square feet in excess real estate.
The Energy Department and the General Services Administration see an uptick in energy savings performance contracts (ESPCs) and utility energy service contracts (UESCs), while the Army, the biggest adopter of ESPCs, look to strengthen the resiliency of its electrical grid through these smart energy projects.
More than a decade after the Department of Homeland first envisioned moving to a consolidated campus east of the Anacostia River, the agency expects to move DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s office to the St. Elizabeths campus this spring.
Virginia’s senior senator demanded a briefing after a news report prompted more allegations of substandard housing conditions on military bases.
Down the end of a narrow, wooded road, on a sparsely populated peninsula, little-known feds help sharpen the tooth for U.S. warfighters
Many D.C.-area representatives are largely secure, according to RealClearPolitics, but the national capital region is still seeing some hotly contested races in Virginia.