In today's Federal Newscast, the Pentagon’s inspector general has launched its own review into the Navy’s handling of coronavirus aboard its ships.
In today's Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration's Inspector General found that all 11 of the child care centers it audited failed to meet minimum federal security standards.
Advances in data analytics have given PBS better insight into its real property portfolio and has helped the agency maximize the efficiency of its buildings.
With half of GSA’s private leases set to expire in the next five years, the agency and its Public Buildings Services has a chance to shrink the government's real estate footprint.
Why do people feel a possible need to sleep at the office? GSA would like to remind workers they can't.
GSA Administrator Emily Murphy said a working group is looking at the acquisition fee structure the agency charges and will develop recommendations to rationalize it across FAS.
“We don't know whether we're getting a damn penny out of this thing or not,” Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) said at Wednesday’s subcommittee hearing.
Nancy Witherell, a historic preservation officer with GSA's Public Building Service, talks about managing and protecting 25% of the country's most famed buildings on Leaders and Legends.
In part two of Federal News Networks’ ongoing special report, GSA @ 70: Mission evolved, Administrator Emily Murphy discusses how this third distinct period of GSA history is different from her first stint in the 2000s and how she is setting the agency’s path forward.
AFGE is calling for “immediate transfer” of more than 2,000 federal employees at a multiagency facility in St. Louis with a history of hazardous materials mismanagement, including lead and asbestos.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants feedback on whether it should set restrictions on donations to legal expense funds for federal employees.
In today's Federal Newscast, a version of the Federal Employee Paid Leave Act is introduced into the Senate.
About a quarter of all federal leases held by the General Services Administration will expire within the next two years, giving the agency a big opportunity to renegotiate for long-term leases on buildings where agencies plan on staying put — and at a lower rate.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department's inspector general released its review of the agency's implementation of the new Forever GI bill.