The White House says a new agency-level appeals process for clearance denials could expose classified information, increase processing time.
In today’s Federal Newscast, on-time mail delivery still hasn’t fully recovered from operational changes made nearly two months ago by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.
President Trump’s pick to lead the Office of Personnel Management is accused of ‘lacking commitment to federal merit system,” one of D.C.’s industry experts is leaving his high-profile post, and a congressional committee is launching an investigation into recent tragedies at Ft. Hood.
In today’s Federal Newscast: Special Counsel Henry Kerner said the Hatch Act does not apply to Trump and Pence, the Post Office lost $1 billion dollars last month and a missing Fort Hood soldier is found dead.
Forces Command IG Col. Patrick Wempe said they “may not have the life experience or the military experience” to handle the situations.
Federal agents have seized more than 20 vehicles and the money from 10 bank accounts belonging to a married couple of U.S. Army veterans in Texas
In today’s Federal Newscast, Homeland Security Committee chairman Bennie Thompson wants to know what DHS is doing to keep employees safe.
The military will try everything from ship-wide connectivity to augmented reality support in its newest 5G push.
Sarkis Tatigian joined the Navy in 1942. He’s been there ever since, until his death this week at the age of 96. Read about him and other Defense news in this week’s DoD Reporter’s Notebook.
House Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee Chairman John Garamendi says its too costly to keep important activities at climate vulnerable bases.