In today's Federal Newscast, the White House wants to boost inclusion for transgender people in federal services.
The Trump Hotel is one major step closer to changing hands, now that the General Services Administration has cleared a buyer for the lease to the historic federal building.
In today's Federal Newscast, House Democrats seek to block the Postal Service from buying mostly gas-powered vehicles as part of its next generation fleet.
The Technology Modernization Fund made its first awards since September and only second set of awards from the $1 billion Congress allocated in the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is motivating lawmakers to pass a raft of federal cyber legislation, including incident reporting requirements, FISMA modernization and more.
In today's Federal Newscast, top Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are calling on the General Services Administration to terminate its lease for the Trump Hotel in downtown D.C.
It's up to the Senate now to vote on a way to avoid a lapse in appropriations Friday, when the current continuing resolution ends. It's not exactly a route to full 2022 appropriations, but its not disaster.
A coalition of House Democrats is joining the Biden administration in pressing the Postal Service to make a larger commitment to electric delivery vehicles in the coming years.
The Postal Service’s best shot at a long-term legislative reform in recent years is finally moving ahead in Congress next week.
The 13th Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard hearing offered some ideas for future ways to measure agency IT modernization progress.
The National Science Foundation and USAID received “A” grades under the House Oversight and Reform Committee’s 13th Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard.
Members will resume budget talks that started late last week, which is encouraging given that the continuing resolution deadline is just a month away.
In today's Federal Newscast, a Government Accountability Office report on the federal response to the SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange exploits, shows agencies have a lot of work to do.
The agency will start accepting and processing 2021 tax returns on Jan. 24, more than two weeks earlier than when it started last year’s filing season.