Janet Napolitano, former DHS secretary, discussed both daily and incidental challenges faced by the leader of the department.
Walter Shaub, who publicly clashed with the Trump administration during his time as government ethics director, wants to give his former office more teeth.
President Trump tweets out a new policy just weeks after Defense Secretary Mattis ordered a six month review.
The Recognizing the Environmental Gains in Overcoming Negligence (REGION) Act would prohibit using money set aside in appropriations bills to consolidate or eliminate EPA offices.
The Trump administration’s new Office of American Innovation wants to bring in private-sector experts to improve federal agency performance. It should heed the lessons of an Obama administration initiative that tried to do the same thing.
Agencies were scored for how easy it is to find and use email records, established email policies, and employee training. Agencies were also scored on whether there is a low, medium or high risk of not managing email effectively.
The Navy needs 2,000 civilians to deal with its ship maintenance backlog and even more if the fleet size increases.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the resolution is part of a package, signed by President Donald Trump, to "roll back job killing rules."
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the goal of the executive order is to make agencies more efficient, effective and accountable.
The General Services Administration wants Congress to secure funding for the billion-dollar project before it takes any more steps toward a new FBI headquarters.
The Trump administration has had an extra month to work on its cybersecurity executive order. Former federal cyber officials and industry stakeholders say it's important to consider the role of agency leaders, and not to jump to conclusions about vacancies for cyber executives.
Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama didn't have a lot in common. But they all issued a slew of midnight regulations — new rules issued between election and the inaugurations of their successors. But President Barack Obama seems to have been the champion. Why do they do it and what are the implications? Sofie Miller, senior policy analyst at George Washington University, offers her analysis on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Trump administration's plan to reduce non-defense discretionary spending by 10 percent means civilian agencies will need to look at programs and personnel, not just for this year, but for the long-term. Some fiscal observers says it's time to consider budget process reform.
The Trump administration's "budget blueprint" includes a $54 billion increase in Defense spending, bringing the top-line spending for Defense to $603 billion and $462 billion for non-defense discretionary spending.