In today's Federal Newscast, Senate and House Veterans Affairs committee leaders are demanding answers from the VA about claims involving secret wait lists for veterans seeking care.
AFGE is calling for “immediate transfer” of more than 2,000 federal employees at a multiagency facility in St. Louis with a history of hazardous materials mismanagement, including lead and asbestos.
The Government Accountability Office has issued guidelines to help Hill staffers that have to deal with whistleblowers.
Former ATF special agent and whistleblower Vincent Cefalu says the bureau needs a permanent director, and more accountability in dealing with whistleblowers.
In today's Federal Newscast, amid shrinking budgets and workforce cuts, the IRS has also seen a reduction in tax enforcement.
A former government intelligence analyst has been charged with leaking classified documents about military campaigns against terrorist group al-Qaeda to a reporter
In today's Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office has provided Congress with some best practices when it comes to dealing with federal whistleblowers.
The ethical case against Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan dissolved completely under exhaustive investigation.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said it now has the capability to make its charge processing and records system fully digital.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics laid out what kind of aid furloughed employees are allowed to receive during a government shutdown.
Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday for a fascinating look into the federal whistleblowing process. Joining host Debra Roth will be the founders of Whistleblower Aid, John Tye and Mark Zaid.
In today's Federal Newscast, officials with the Defense Department's Office of Inspector General said they’ve had much more success with a new alternative dispute resolution process.
Considering its mission, the National Security Agency and 'transparency' aren't often mentioned in the same breath, but its inspector general is looking to shine a light on the agency's business where he can.
The IRS has been systematically underpaying whistleblowers responsible for tens of millions of dollars from tax cheats, possibly because of what might be a mistaken calculation.