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On this episode, we talk with some of the recipients of the 2021 ACT-IAC Leadership Award winners.
Agency planners have been thinking hard about how you feed people on long missions, say a year to get to Mars. With the latest on a challenge competition to come up with new space cuisine, the project manager for NASA's Centennial Challenges program, Monsi Roman.
Agencies say they're trying to become more flexible, attract private sector workers looking for a change and retain current federal employees wanting to keep what they got a taste of during the pandemic.
The growth in the space industry hasn't been limited to the big companies everyone's heard of. Small businesses have also seen a growth in their bottom lines.
Natural language processing and automation are some of the technologies agencies are considering both to cope with an aging out of the federal workforce.
The nine appropriations bills that Senate Democrats unveiled Monday are silent on the topic of federal pay, meaning they'll defer to the president's recommendation for a 2.7% raise for employees in 2022.
A tangled web of policies on artificial intelligence is coming from the White House, Congress and agency leadership, but those policies aren’t syncing up yet into a single strategy for how the federal government should develop or field AI tools.
In today's Federal Newscast, federal agencies are looking for private sector ideas on collecting vaccine information for their employees.
Joanne Woytek, the program director for NASA SEWP, said understanding how NIST SP 800-161 and ISO 20243 can work together will help agencies and contractors.
NASA is taking the next several months to "experiment" with employee telework and remote arrangements before making big investment or divestment decisions.
A series of protests over a $3 billion award to SpaceX has turned up a lot of issues, as the Federal Drive with Tom Temin heard from Smith Pachter McWhorter procurement attorney Joe Petrillo.
The Government Accountability Office is planning to release a report in early fiscal 2022 about the cybersecurity impacts of technologies adopted in response to the pandemic.
Government agencies still lag far behind the private sector when it comes to attracting elite technology talent, and reconciling this will be critical to ensuring that a remote-first infrastructure succeeds.
In today's Federal Newscast, new salary caps mean House staffers can now make up to nearly $200,000 a year.