One of the drawbacks of traveling to deep space that remains relatively unknown is what the effects of no gravity could have on human biology. Especially the central nervous system.
Gwendolyn Sykes has operated as a CFO at large federal agencies and in two major universities. At the moment. She's the CFO of the Secret Service, and also a new fellow at the National Academy of Public Administration.
Karla Smith-Jackson, the senior procurement executive and deputy chief acquisition officer at NASA, said the NASA Acquisition Innovation Lab will provide mission and program areas a safe space to test out new acquisition approaches.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission certified two classes of employees in a racial discrimination case at NASA that’s nearly a decade old.
In today's Federal Newscast: Lawmakers are pushing to extend a program deadline for Public Service Loan Forgiveness. A lawsuit about racially biased performance evaluations at NASA moves forward. And a handful of IRS employees are charged with defrauding two pandemic-relief programs.
Twice postponed launches of its big new rocket may indicate deep problems with NASA's Artemis program, as it makes plans to get back to the moon and eventually to Mars. The basic guidance the agency uses to manage Artemis may not be suited to such a complex enterprise, at least according to the Government Accountability Office.
With the planned launch of its new heavy rocket and a payload headed to orbit the moon, it was a red letter day for NASA. Lots of contractors have been working on and behind the scenes for the since postponed launch.
In today's Federal Newscast, a Virginia congressman demands to know if the Homeland Security Inspector General is under investigation. And the IRS is looking to expand its use of video conferences in appeals cases.
The Defense Department was not the only agency shifting control of its satellites this month.
Innovation challenges are becoming a popular way for the military to bring in new ideas.
Also in today's Federal Newscast, the Navy and the state of Hawaii join forces to clean-up the military's mess in Paradise.
It’s been three years since the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act became law and agencies are using it to plan their 2024 budget requests.
After NASA shut down its 30-year shuttle program, the agency started to make “small, but not easy,” changes to boost workforce satisfaction.
AFGE helped shoot down a plan for an independent review board to look at VA's proposals for rearranging its nationwide map of facilities. First Executive President of AFGE's national VA council Mary Jane Burke explained why they opposed the plan.