President Barack Obama signed a new letter to Congress alerting them of his plan to tell agencies to give every federal employee a 2.1 percent raise in 2017.
Artificial intelligence has many definitions and even more uses, and the federal government is embracing this emerging technology. In a two-day special report, Federal News Radio looks at AI, government policies to regulate it, and how agencies are using this technology.
The House Armed Services Committee Chairman is hoping President-elect Donald Trump will introduce a supplemental defense budget when he gets in office.
President Barack Obama officially raised locality pay for federal employees by 0.6 percent, effective Jan. 1. The increase couples with the 1 percent across-the-board pay raise for all federal employees to equal the 1.6 percent of basic payroll requested in the 2017 budget.
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For all the rancor of the 2016 presidential campaign, officials working behind the scenes in the presidential transition say the outgoing Obama administration will do everything in its power to ensure a seamless handover to President-elect Donald Trump.
@WhiteHouse has put out more than 27,000 tweets to 12.1 million followers. Soon that account will get a restart.
The Massachusetts Democrat's letter highlights her concerns over White’s actions to reduce the disclosure requirements of corporations, which Warren said runs contrary to the SEC's purpose.
The Department of Commerce announced it is taking the lead for the Opportunity Project, an initiative started by the Obama administration to use big data to create solutions for challenges like affordable housing, job opportunities and quality education.
President Barack Obama signed a memorandum promoting diversity and inclusion in the national security workforce. The memo calls for the collection, analysis and dissemination of demographic data, as well as develop practices for exit and stay interviews.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, President Barack Obama has nominated Glenn Fine as the new Defense Department inspector general.
The Coalition of Defense and Space Industry Associations, which includes six large industry groups, wrote to the FAR Council asking for the final rule implementing the President’s executive order requiring vendors to disclose violations of 14 labor laws to be pushed out another year.
The House is moving forward on a bill that would shorten the time in which Veterans Affairs employees and senior executives could appeal disciplinary actions and removals. The VA Accountability First and Appeals Modernization Act of 2016 also includes provisions that would change the veterans' appeals process, but the bill is drawing ire from the Obama administration, House Democrats and federal employee groups.
The Obama administration said it agreed with most of the VA Commission on Care's recommendations to improve veterans health care, adding that the department had started efforts to implement many of them already. President Barack Obama said he disagreed with three of the 18 suggestions.