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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.
In a bit of progress for regular order, the House last week managed to pass its version of the National Defense Authorization Act. And, members will get down to the 2023 spending bills this week.
When it comes to federal contracts, Amazon seems to follow a simple three-word formula: protest, protest protest.
Employee engagement and satisfaction dropped by 4.5 points in the Partnership for Public Service’s 2021 “Best Places to Work in the Federal Government” rankings.
Agencies may see some changes in this year's rankings for the "Best Places to Work" in the federal government
“Automation is the future. There’s just too many things happening on our network every day for the human analysts to go through, to analyze what’s happening,” says Mike Witt, NASA’s cybersecurity leader, during the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
Holly Ridings, the first female chief of NASA's flight directors, will now lead the agency's Gateway program and international partnership to establish humanity's first space station around the moon.
Robert Gibbs, associate administrator for the Mission Support Directorate at NASA, joins Aileen Black on this week's Leaders and Legends to discuss his career and his approach to leadership.
Agencies are expected to incorporate President's Management Agenda initiatives into their multi-year strategic planning, some of which, including the Commerce Department, had an easier time doing thanks to early insights from the Office of Management and Budget.
Today marked the second time the United States took a federal holiday to commemorate Juneteenth. Federal agencies commemorated the day on social media.