In today's Federal Newscast, the Army issued a new strategy for straightening up the nation's flagpole in the Arctic.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is telling the military services to stand up new violence prevention workforces, identify "high risk" bases and assess their own compliance with existing policies meant to stop sexual assault.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Transportation Security Administration is launching a national recruitment campaign to fill jobs by this summer.
With rival nations building up their navies, and in China's case getting a lot more aggressive, what should the United States' floating power look like?
Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest from the Executive Director of the National Veterans Legal Services Program, Bart Stichman.
Tests on VA's new system showed more than 500 serious problems as recently as last summer. The department managed to resolve or work around almost all of them by the time of its first deployment in October.
In today's Federal Newscast, as sexual assault continues to be a bigger issue in the military, a new study finds it is affecting retention.
Two years after the Navy decentralized its cloud acquisitions, it's bringing all of them back under one program executive office's umbrella.
In today's Federal Newscast, at least 132,000 health care professionals at the Department of Veterans Affairs have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar is planning on expanding its 5G coverage in the first four months of 2021.
In today's Federal Newscast: The FCC rules that government contractors must have consent before robocalling. The president is strengthening the leadership at the Postal Service. And the the original Space Force enlistees, finish Basic Training.
At 245 years old, the Army remains a fundamental unit of national security. But it must modernize to many changes and technology and in the world threat situation.
In today's Federal Newscast, medical centers at the Department of Veterans Affairs see a slight improvement in staffing shortages over the last year.
Some agencies' new routines might be here to stay, according to IT security officials who say the feasibility of long-term telework has opened the door to a reimagining of the civil service.