In today’s Federal Newscast, the Air Force is rolling out a new criminal justice IT system. It comes two years after the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas highlighted flaws in the current system.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department is looking to require all fixed price contracts be paid out through performance-based contractual payments.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a federal retiree who says the state of West Virginia unfairly taxed his annuity income.
Jonathan McDonald, executive vice president of TransUnion, explains why agencies need to look to non-traditional data sources to better understand their risks.
FBI says information on Trump aide who resigned over domestic abuse allegations was sent to White House last year
Few ideas have had as much appeal as continuous evaluation, the idea people can be checked on any time something changes, rather than every five years.
David Berteau, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council, has narrowed the 1,266 pages of the NDAA down to four essential things they need to know.
Now that the government is going to check social media as part of background checks, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says people should be careful what they post.
Karen Terrell, vice president of SAS Federal, argues that adaptive case management could transform the current approach to reviewing federal employees and contractors with security clearances.
AARP financial writer Allan Roth joins host Mike Causey to talk about the thrift savings plan and what you should think about when considering an investment. September 17, 2014