In a years-long quest to improve morale, the Secret Service has found recent investments in its workforce, and their employees' families, are starting to pay off.
A 2014 incident in which a crazed person jumped over the fence and ran deep into the White House exposed what a review panel later termed catastrophic failures in training at the Secret Service.
To help ease the administrative burden on Border Patrol agents, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is creating a new position for handling the processing of border apprehensions.
In today's Federal Newscast, another former member of the intelligence community was found to have conspired with Chinese intelligence services.
After so many departures, former CHCO for the Department of Homeland Security Jeff Neal says employees deserve stable leadership for success.
In today's Federal Newscast, the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police officers appears to have been stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI’s National Academy.
A hacker group has posted online the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police offers apparently stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI's National Academy
U.S. Secret Service Director Randolph 'Tex' Alles is leaving the Trump administration
The Department of Homeland Security told House lawmakers last week it wants to build three new buildings, including a new facility for the newly renamed Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, on the St. Elizabeths campus by 2026.
President Donald Trump signed the 2019 spending bill into law, securing a 1.9 percent pay raise for federal employees that will be retroactive to Jan. 1.
Bright spots in the Partnership for Public Service's Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings show particular progress at some of the largest agencies, including DoD and Homeland Security.
Getting a top-notch IT crew takes real planning and strategy. The Secret Service has a lot of work to do there.
In today's Federal Newscast, the State Department said the breach potentially exposed the personally identifiable information of about 1 percent of its employees.
People who say it is next to impossible to fire a federal worker should study — and then maybe rejoice in — the Hatch Act, a much-amended 1940s law designed to keep career federal and postal workers from engaging in partisan political activity on the job.