He runs a program most people never heard of, but it has got a $5 billion budget. He is the head of the Bureau of Primary Health Care, nested in the Health Resources and Services Administration, itself a component of the Health and Human Services Department.
Feb. 24 marks the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As the conflict continued and Ukraine battled for its sovereignty, the United States, alongside allied nations, provided critical support for Ukraine. Ahead of this one-year anniversary, President Joe Biden reinforced the U.S. pledge of unwavering support to that country.
Kevin DeSanto, managing director and co-founder of KippsDeSanto, joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center to discuss how mergers and acquisitions in GovCon have been impacted by the pandemic.
In today's Federal Newscast, a pandemic watchdog flags billions of dollars in potential fraud from programs offered by the Small Business Administration.
In today's Federal Newscast: A soldier has been sentenced to 42 months in prison for $3 million in PPP loan fraud. New recommendations are out on how to collect sexual orientation and gender-identity data. And the clock is ticking on your chance to donate to the Combined Federal Campaign.
In today's Federal Newscast: COVID fraud leads to indictments, convictions and millions recovered, thanks to the efforts of the DHS OIG. Leaders at OPM search for better ways to support their hybrid workforce. And DoD wants to know what it costs to wear a uniform.
During the worst of the pandemic, Florida officials were able to speed test results to resident thanks to automation. The Florida Department of Health signed up Healthy Together, a provider of online disease management software.
Current and former VA officials say the agenyc needs to keep streamlining the way it hires and onboards for health care workers amid a nationwide shortage.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Air Force and Space Force are offering a day off for servicemembers to get the latest shot. Three agencies are teaming up to help veterans better understand their protections against employment discrimination. And the Biden administration is taking steps to require major federal contractors to reduce air pollution.
If the Senate or the House if or both switch to Republican control come January, you can expect a different approach on government oversight.
After months in limbo while awaiting court decisions, the vaccine mandate for government contractors will get some clarity. The Safer Federal Workforce Task Force has finally updated its website regarding enforcement of the mandate.
AmeriCorps and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have launched the new Public Health AmeriCorps to support the recruitment training and development of the next generation of public health leaders.
Army housing has been a sore subject for residents, Army leadership and Congress. But there's been progress.
The bill funds the federal government through Dec. 16 and gives Congress more time to work out a comprehensive spending package for the rest of fiscal 2023.