The Health Resources and Services Administration, part of Health and Human Services, wants to do something to combat "burnout" in health workers, in particular, with a grant program with more than $100 million.
Federal spending for large quantities of medical supplies sucked in many companies doing business with the government for the first time. In fact, five times as many as in a normal year.
For several years, agency acquisition shops have been getting more comfortable with buying outside of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it easy to forget that pandemics happen a lot more often than every 100 years. A case in point is the terrifying Ebola outbreak in 2014.
WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller explained further on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In today's Federal Newscast, the provision in the CARES Act that lets agencies reimburse contractors who can't work because of the pandemic was an overwhelming success.
In today's Federal Newscast, the federal employee vaccination mandate expected from the White House may not go down easy.
GSA, through its Public Buildings Services, manages about 371 million square feet of real estate across almost 9,000 workspaces, owns about 1,700 of those properties and leases the rest on behalf of tenant agencies.
While many organizations quickly modernized their existing IT infrastructure, the pandemic required more than effective technology.
The Office of Personnel Management issued extensive guidance on Friday designed to help agencies make decisions about future telework and remote work policies. Here are seven takeaways and highlights.
The agency said employees who are not fully vaccinated must still wear a mask in situations where they can’t maintain a six-foot distance. However, the agency said it will not require any employee to provide proof of vaccination.
For how the agency might be improving things for the next filing season, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the National Taxpayer Advocate Erin Collins.
The Postal Service is moving ahead with plans to raise rates later this summer, after lawmakers asked the agency to postpone the increase.
A Senate measure would bolster safety for when feds returned to the office. This and more updates from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.