In today's Federal Newscast, the Justice Department is looking to help agencies resolve any questions about their authority in providing reproductive care.
The Freedom of Information Act might be best known as a way for journalists and public interest groups to get information about the operations of government. But it can also be a tool for companies to get confidential information about their competitors. Safeguarding that information has gotten more complicated in the last few years. Because the state of the law around the FOIA exemption that applies to things like trade secrets, it's all in flux.
Could an overturn of Roe vs. Wade affect the federal workforce? WTOP Capitol Hill reporter Mitchell Miller explained on the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
A case now being decided by the Supreme Court, known as Torres versus Texas, has a potential big impact on members of the reserves.
When President-elect John F. Kennedy asked Bob McNamara, then president of Ford Motor Company to join his cabinet, McNamara said that he didn't know anything about government, JFK is said to have replied, "Well, we can both learn on the job. I don't know how to be president." Dr. Michael Siegel is senior education specialist at the Federal Judicial Center and adjunct professor at two local universities. He's also written a book, "The President as Leader." He helped teach judges how to lead.
From a supreme court confirmation vote to Russian misbehavior, the House and Senate have a lot to do in the coming week. And there's considerable time pressure to get it done.
In today's Federal Newscast, a federal judge in Texas has blocked the Navy from enforcing its COVID vaccine mandate against nearly 4,000 sailors who’d filed religious exemptions.
The Supreme Court is giving the Navy a freer hand determining what job assignments it gives to 35 sailors who sued after refusing on religious grounds to comply with an order to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
The House of Representatives is taking what amounts to a spring break, but the Senate is in town working on legislation to deal with China and closing in on the Supreme Court nomination.
The Postal Service is laying the groundwork to track the vaccination and testing status of its workforce amid the COVID-19 pandemic, or any future public health emergency.
Everyone is in a tizzy over the Supreme Court vacancy but the outcome is fairly predictable. More uncertain is what they'll do about the federal budget.
Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. Contractors who scrambled to deal with the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate are now scrambling to figure out…
The Supreme Court has stopped a major push by the Biden administration to boost the nation’s COVID-19 vaccination rate, a requirement that employees at large businesses get a vaccine or test regularly and wear a mask on the job
The Defense Department is still poised to select the participants forthcoming Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability contract by the end of this month. The multibillion dollar vehicle will replace the now-cancelled JEDI contract.