GSA Administrator Emily Murphy said starting for next fiscal year it will run a pilot where the agency would publish its statements of work after award using e-Buy.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new report from the Energy Department's Inspector General finds the agency's Chief Financial Officer moved too much money over to the Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability account.
The VA just launched a new online tool called the appeals status tracker that will allow veterans with a disability compensation appeal to track what stage of the process their appeal is in.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department says malicious hackers managed to steal the credit card numbers of several hundred people who'd been issued government travel cards.
Following a new set of policies concerning public affairs officers, the Air Force is cutting back on interviews and base visits for journalists.
The Air Force is cutting base visits and media interviews for fear of “giving insights to our adversaries, which could erode our military advantage” in what it calls a public relations reset.
NSA's Eric Chudrow shares with Federal Drive the agency's new plans for application whitelisting and cybersecurity enhancement.
In her first interview since being confirmed, GSA Administrator Emily Murphy expands on her focus areas.
The Data Coalition released its legislative agenda for 2018. Founder Hudson Hollister discusses some highlights.
A new GAO report shows the government middling along, with a few glaring problems, in implementing FITARA.
One potential proposal calls on Congress to require OGE to post more information online.
Public affairs officers, like their PR counterparts in business, have the task of responding to reporters who probably have difficult questions. The PAOs' bosses would like to skip it and have the reporters to go away. That's not a recipe for great public communications. Chris O'Neil, a federal public affairs officer and the president-elect of the National Association of Government Communicators, offers his take on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
These COOs frequently occupy deputy secretary positions that require Senate confirmation, many of which are vacant in the current administration. But it’s the people occupying these offices that are best positioned to make real changes in the way agencies perform their missions.
Every time there’s been a move to post actual federal contract documents on public websites, the effort’s been derailed, partly because of concerns about protecting contractors’ proprietary information. Sean Moulton manages the open government program at Project on Government Oversight. He tells Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu on Federal Drive with Tom Temin about what the feds can learn from how states handle similar information.