In today’s Federal Newscast, Veterans Affairs has a new plan to eventually resume normal operations for its hospitals, cemeteries and benefits offices.
When Congress decreed that certain Vietnam War Navy veterans could get help for exposure to Agent Orange, the Department of Veterans Affairs had a challenge.
For an update on this multi-year project, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with Bill Tinston, the program executive officer at the Defense Healthcare Management Systems office, and Air Force Maj. Gen. Lee Payne, a physician and assistant director for combat support at DHA.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department’s smoking ban at medical facilities now extends to its employees, something their union is not happy about.
Mike Smoyer, CEO of the Digital Government Institute, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss cybersecurity, IT modernization and the upcoming 930gov conference.
Paperless government starts at the front end, not when records go to storage. The National Archives and Records Administration is forcing agencies to do things differently.
A governmentwide push toward electronic records reduce storage costs and make it easier for members of the public to access archived information.
The National Archives and Records Administration considers a growing role in blockchain authenticating digital copies of its images and videos.
The Justice Department’s prediction that fiscal 2018 would be a record year for Freedom of Information Act requests came true.
John Cofrancesco, vice president, Business Development at Active Navigation, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss records management and how his company can help federal agencies eliminate redundant, obsolete or trivial data.