The Office of Personnel Management said the 2020 results demonstrate the resiliency of the federal workforce, which was called on to respond to the unprecedented demands of a global pandemic. Telework may have been a boon to employee engagement as well, OPM said.
A teaming arrangement between NASA and Germany's Aerospace Center has started focusing on the Earth's mesosphere and lower thermosphere, where scientists say they've got a lot to learn.
NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland will, for the first time, offer virtual tours, to bring and interactive experience to people at home.
As agencies eye return-to-work strategies, the Office of Personnel Management is planning new guidance on telework and remote work for a post-pandemic world.
The National Security Commission on AI recommends creating a Digital Service Academy that would “grow tech talent with the same seriousness of purpose that we grow military officers."
"Go forth, do the people's business, and be kind to one another," says a retired fed.
You might not think a $23 billion annual budget will have you looking for ways to pinch pennies, but if you’re NASA, the cost to explore the universe can be out of this world.
Agencies considering long-term implications of a partially remote or hybrid workforce, everything from recruitment and professional development to leased space and locality pay.
Two of the government's biggest research agencies have signed a new MOU they say reaffirms a long history of cooperation. With details, Tom Temin spoke to NASA's Mike Gold.
More than three years after NASA became the first agency to deploy robotic process automation, the rest of the government has come a long way standardizing the rollout of additional bots.
NASA recently awarded 17 small companies more than $14 million to keep developing promising new technologies. They're already shown promising results in the first round of funding.
NASA and the Agriculture Department have inked an agreement to deepen cooperative efforts in research on agricultural production, conservation and food security.
For nearly a century, the FAA has maintained air traffic control for things that fly close to earth. Now NASA is getting a handle on safe operations in space, where the population of satellites is growing fast.
In today's Federal Newscast, with commercial space travel gaining momentum, NASA and the FAA are detailing how they'll support it.