In today’s Federal Newscast, the Merit Systems Protection Board encourages federal hiring managers to focus more on job candidates’ skills, rather than their education.
February 3, 2023
In today’s Federal Newscast, a Hawaiian company will help the Navy find community-based solutions to reuse the Red Hill fuel storage facility on Oahu.
February 2, 2023
In today’s Federal Newscast the Federal Acquisition Security Council is developing a scorecard to help assess governmentwide supply chain security readiness.
February 1, 2023
In today’s Federal Newscast, a pandemic watchdog flags billions of dollars in potential fraud from programs offered by the Small Business Administration.
January 31, 2023
In today’s Federal Newscast, the State Department outlines how employees suffering from so-called Havana Syndrome can qualify for compensation
January 30, 2023
In today’s Federal Newscast, the National Security Agency is embarking one of its largest hiring sprees of the last three decades.
January 27, 2023
(1/26/23) – In today’s Federal Newscast: Concerned with potential damage to national security, two Senators have requested a review of consulting firms’ dual US-China relationships. The January 11 flight-delay fiasco, leads the House to pass a bill…
January 26, 2023
(1/25/23) – In today’s Federal Newscast: The Defense Department wants to declassify more intelligence to enhance private-sector cybersecurity. GSA is taking new steps to make sure the software it uses is secure. And Janet Yellen says…
January 25, 2023
(1/24/23) – In today’s Federal Newscast: The OPM has drawn the wrath of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency fires back at a lawsuit over a software contract. And after waiting almost…
January 24, 2023
(1/23/23) – In today’s Federal Newscast: The GAO is once again sounding the alarm on federal cybersecurity efforts. The Veterans Affairs Department is weeks away from taking its next step to modernize its supply chain systems.…
January 23, 2023
(1/20/23) – In today’s Federal Newscast: The Treasury Department is temporarily suspending investments in the Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund. Federal contracting officers have new training and certification requirements. And the State Department is…
January 20, 2023
(1/19/23) – In today’s Federal Newscast: GAO audits another big federal program with big fraud potential. The Defense Department has a new plan to manage its satellite communications. And lawmakers reintroduce legislation to equalize Social Security…
January 19, 2023
(1/18/23) – In today’s Federal Newscast: The court fight continues over government-shutdown double back pay. A New York congressman is urging CISA to examine air traffic control vulnerabilities. And the State Department will pay $37 million in a…
January 18, 2023
(1/17/23) In today’s Federal Newscast: The Inspector General criticizes NASA’s software asset management, calling it ‘basic.’ Some Coasties are treading water, trying to find affordable housing. And CISA looks to speed up hiring.
January 17, 2023