One of the study’s directors, Dr. Charles Marmar of New York University, discussed his breakthrough research on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson has questioned the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) method for reporting customer service satisfaction, calling it misleading.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management produced a series of templates to help agencies make requests for recruitment, retention and relocation incentives more easily.
Like NFL players, service members are vulnerable to head injuries that may cause long-term damage.
Federal programs are failing to meet the needs of the more than two million women veterans in the U. S., many of whom are suffering from the invisible wounds of service-related trauma and stress.
Federal contractor Accenture is among the supporters of the non-profit Boulder Crest’s efforts to help veterans realize their potential as regular citizens.
The Warrior Transition Battalion at Madigan Army Medical Center in Washington State has added diving with sharks to its list of coping skills to teach wounded soldiers
Post traumatic stress syndrome presents a continuous challenge to military doctors. No single treatment works for everyone or in every circumstance. Now the Army has launched a study to test a novel way of treating PTSD with an injection to the neck. Dr. Ron Hoover, senior scientist and PTSD research portfolio manager for the Army, provides details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Army is reexamining the cases of at least 73 soldiers who it kicked out under other-than-honorable circumstances between 2009 and 2015 because it may have run afoul of a federal law intended to help ensure troops aren’t punished for mental health issues.
Service members with post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury cannot separated be from the service without those conditions being taken into consideration, even in cases of misconduct.