Down the end of a narrow, wooded road, on a sparsely populated peninsula, little-known feds help sharpen the tooth for U.S. warfighters
In honor of Military Spouse Appreciation Day, sea service spouses offered advice to those hoping to preserve their careers and help families adjust in the face of military life or retirement.
In today’s Federal Newscast, law enforcement agencies are watching the gun debates, wondering how they’ll carry out possible new regulations.
A yearend tribute to guests of the Federal Drive.
DoE’s Dr. Johanna Wolfson joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss a program aimed at helping eliminate barriers preventing market exploration.
A pilot program is underway for an electronic performance management system within HRSA to improve retention and recruitment efforts.
The Air Force plans to hire 1,400 cyber and 2,000 acquisition personnel over the next year. To do that, it’s taking a fresh approach to how it recruits.
The nation’s transportation system must handle 70 million more people in the coming years.
With the rapidly changing transportation sector, the Department of Transportation will continue to build on its legacy of putting safety first.
Over the last two days, we’ve explored many of the trends in offices and buildings where you work. Now, we look inward to office interiors. Kevin Kampschroer is the chief sustainability officer at the General Services Administration, and director of the Office of High Performance Green Buildings. Environmental psychologist Judy Heerwagen is a program expert in that office. In the final part of our special report, “The Federal Office of the Future,” they tell Federal News Radio’s Lauren Larson more about the evolution of personal workspaces, and the planning required before choosing a new office.