In today's Federal Newscast: The First workday of 2022, brought Feds in DC their first snow day of 2022. A local union president said just closing some museums is causing the spread of COVID-19. And the Air Force is expanding uniform options for pregnant airmen.
In today's Federal Newscast: A former top government scientist is exposed for thousands of dollars in sloppy expense-account reporting. An $83 million contract might mean millions of COVID test kits in America's future. And online military exchanges are now available to a new crop of customers.
The Biden administration has affirmed a Trump administration interpretation of high-level radioactive waste that is based on the waste’s radioactivity rather than how it was produced.
Public comments on the Federal Mobility Group's draft International Travel Guidance for Government Mobile Devices are open now through Dec. 28.
The Biden administration isn't waiting for Congress to pass the Build Back Better Act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from federal buildings.
Keeping the electrical grid top notch will take more than wires. It'll take algorithms.
In today's Federal Newscast, you can add water issues at federal properties to the list of unforeseen consequences from the lockdown.
A new funding program from the Energy Department aims to enlist low income and underserved communities in finding answers to climate questions. The Inclusive Energy Innovation Prizes will give challenge winners up to $250,000.
NIST, in a request for information posted Wednesday, said the upcoming framework will define trustworthy AI in terms of transparency, fairness and accountability.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department Inspector General is undergoing an evaluation to find out how the Pentagon would respond if the "nuclear football" was stolen, lost or compromised.
Chris Rankin, the Energy Department's Nevada National Security Site's chief information officer and the director for information technology, said having a scalable, flexible and modern network is more important than ever.
The ongoing ransomware attacks have everybody spooked. Congress and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are both contemplating ways to get industry to do something they've supposedly been doing for years.
The Energy and Homeland Security departments have agreed to work together to cut energy consumption and carbon production by DHS facilities.
Biofuel will be part of the country's energy future - that's why the Energy Department's ARPA-E is spending some $35 million in grant dollars to improve the efficiency of making this class of fuel.