In today's Federal Newscast: Firings at the Defense Business Board make room for Trump loyalists. The Air Force tries out life coaches. Feds might get to carry over more unused vacation time.
The Agriculture Department spent the past two years making some major investments in its data infrastructure have paid off during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Agriculture Department received three loans from the TMF for website, cloud and application initiatives.
As part of its Agriculture Innovation Agenda, the Agriculture Department is looking for technologies and practices that can help U.S. farm productivity increase by 40%.
Nearly a year into the Trump administration’s Federal Data Strategy, agencies have taken big steps in making data analytics the foundation for executive decision-making.
In today's Federal Newscast, a cabinet secretary gets a bill and a slap on the wrist for a recent alleged Hatch Act violation.
The Federal Labor Relations Authority issued three recent decisions on behalf of three separate departments, all of which will likely give agencies more power at the collective bargaining table.
The Pandemic Response Accountability Committee oversees a bailout about three times as large as what Congress spent on the 2008 recession, but also benefits from advances in data analytics tools that weren’t available to auditors more than a decade ago.
A governmentwide push to improve the quality and scope of public services, available on agency websites, has gained momentum during the coronavirus pandemic.
In today's Federal Newscast, a group of Democratic senators want to remove the National Rifle Association Foundation from the list of approved charities on the Combined Federal Campaign.
As the nation continues to grapple with the pandemic, the Department of Agriculture remains committed to protecting the civil rights of its 100,000-strong OneUSDA family and millions of customers.
In today's Federal Newscast, two million appointments canceled during the initial wave of the coronavirus pandemic still need rescheduling at the Veterans Health Administration.
For the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), with more than 100,000 employees around the country, the mission to move to telework, and ensure a secure remote workforce, was critical.
Mia Jordan, the CIO at the Agriculture Department’s Rural Development bureau, is leaving after 10 years to become the CIO at the Education Department’s Federal Student Aid Office.