In our new ebook, we learn from leaders across the government — at the Army, Homeland Security, NSF, Navy, State, Transportation and TSA — how they are progressing in using data faster to make smarter decisions.
The Navy will also look to hold prime contractors accountable to meeting small business subcontracting goals.
If the armed services didn't allow tattoos, they'd probably have to cut the forces in half. In recent years, they've relaxed rules on allowable tattoos, responding to the fact that ink has become a cultural norm.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Navy is taking measures to keep more sailors in uniform as it continues to have issues with recruitment.
The Department of the Navy is creating identity services to support organizations and users across the Navy and Marine Corps — but also that will integrate with zero trust efforts across DoD. We talk to a trio of leaders focused on this work during the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
Taking a cue from surgery, Defense Innovation Unit plans to use the train-the-trainers approach to expand expertise in a crucial government need
In today's Federal Newscast, a federal court in Florida will hear arguments today on a vaccine mandate case that the Navy says has effectively put one of its guided missile destroyers out of commission.
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.
Some federal employees spent hours in traffic going home. Others stayed at the office. And some were right in the thick of recovery efforts at ground zero and the Pentagon. Federal News Network spoke with several current and former employees about their experiences on Sept. 11. These are their stories.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Navy surgeon general says he favor a vaccine mandate for military members.
A call made in August 2014 led to the Justice Department reaching a $25 million False Claims Act settlement with a Boeing subsidiary earlier this year that allegedly sold used and refurbished drone parts to the Navy and Special Operations Command (SOCOM) for the price of new materials.
In today's Federal Newscast, with vaccine rates lagging among some members of the armed forces, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is reportedly weighing whether or not to make it mandatory.
In today's Federal Newscast, as sexual assault continues to be a bigger issue in the military, a new study finds it is affecting retention.
In today's Federal Newscast, A new Pentagon inspector general’s report helps explain how two Navy vessels suffered major coronavirus outbreaks last year.