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In today's Federal Newscast, news on a potential multimillion dollar settlement for victims of the Office of Personnel Management hack.
In today's Federal Newscast, some Interior Department employees will see their remote work options expand.
The community of inspectors general lost one of its leading lights recently with the death of former Interior Department IG Earl Devaney.
The former RAT Board chair, inspector general, and federal law enforcement officer exemplified the best in public service.
The rebuilding ot the Merit Systems Protection Board represents a commitment not only to federal employees but to the law itself.
Imagine a federal office with holes in the roof, birds flying in, mold everywhere and a staff untrained for its crucial public safety mission. Hard to believe?
Wildfires and forest fires have become almost a year round phenomenon. It can't continue, so the U.S. Forest Service has a new strategy.
Government investigators say former U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke misused his position to advance a Montana development project and lied to an agency ethics official about his involvement
Citizen satisfaction with government services fell again last year. In fact, the satisfaction index fell to the lowest point since measurement started back in 1999. Here with the details, the director of research for the American Customer Satisfaction Index, Forrest Morgeson.
For fish and wildlife to thrive in the United States, they need space. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to someone who has spent a career helping secure woods and grasslands that support conservation. Now he's a recipient of a Presidential Rank Award, one in a series of interviews of PRA winners, the deputy director for program management and policy at the Fish and Wildlife Service, Steve Guertin.
In today's Federal Newscast, public satisfaction in federal customer experience reached an-time low last year, according to a scorecard that’s been tracking this for decades.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Defense Authorization Bill has been signed; We'll tell you about a few changes. Still on the Pentagon's Circumspect List: China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea. And in COVID news, more sailors test positive, while 66 more marines are fired.
Some 650 pieces of federal land have the word squaw in their names. Now the Interior Department has called on a group called the Board on Geographic Names to change them.
For more, the GAO's director of Natural Resources and Environment Issues, Frank Rusco, spoke to the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.