The Air Force is cutting red tape so airmen can function more independently.
The Section 809 Panel asked contractors and contracting officers what bugged them the most about long-lasting regulations.
John Berlau, senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, discusses payday loans, which are used by over 12 million consumers each year.
For federal contractors, abstract as many definitions and other leadership decisions may seem, they signal new and very real regulations.
Last night's State of the Union speech, the first for President Trump, added to a long and somewhat predictable tradition.
Adding Other Direct Costs to the Professional Services Schedule would increase opportunities for agencies to achieve comprehensive services solutions.
Air Force cybersecurity officials worry that the rank-and-file may be too preoccupied with the nuts and bolts of compliance.
To many people in business and industry, federal regulation looks like a runaway train always gathering more steam. Except now the Trump administration is trying to slow things down a bit. Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president and counsel at the Professional Services Council, offers his take on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney promised this clean-out will launch a longer-term plan to develop a more systematic way to eliminate obsolete rules and reports.
While much of the recent attention has fallen on the president’s proposed budget, Congress has still been introducing and passing legislation. Here are a few bills worth knowing about that might have slipped through the cracks.
Retired Blackhawk helicopter pilot Chrissie Engh brings her military experience to the private sector to educate the public on the regulations and capacities surrounding drone technology.
President Donald Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress offered few new insights into his management agenda, only reiterating his desire to reduce regulations.
Regulation and deregulation have been a ceaseless process at least since the Carter administration.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order further taking aim at what the administration calls the regulatory burden on businesses and citizens.