In today’s Federal Newscast, a former National Security Agency contractor who stole nearly 20 years worth of sensitive information finds out his fate.
The U.S. didn’t choose to merely try for the moon.
NASA launched an anti-harassment campaign and strategy not because it identified a specific problem, but because its top leaders said they see a diverse and inclusive workforce as key to achieving their new goal to return Americans to the moon by 2024.
Steve Shih, NASA’s associate administrator for diversity and equal opportunity, told FNN’s Nicole Ogrysko why he decided to start an anti-harassment campaign at the agency.
After a decades-long hiatus, NASA is looking toward landing people on the moon. Since that first landing knowledge of medical science has advanced a lot.
Another group has recommended the Social Security Administration share its Death Master File with Treasury to cub improper payments.
NASA engineer and Sammies finalist Othmane Benafan found a way to produce a miracle metal in quantities large enough to build an airplane shape-shifting wings.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Navy’s Fleet Cyber Command started wide-scale implementation of the Cyber Excepted Service this month.
As agencies attempt to get creative to address skills gaps and other vacancies, the Commission on Military, National and Public Service heard stories from agency leaders who described how they repeatedly ran into the boundaries of their current personnel and human capital systems.
Buzz about artificial intelligence has led to increased spending and put several Trump administration directives in motion, but only a handful of agencies have gotten into the early stages of AI adoption.