7:50 am, May 26, 2015

Democrat: Shrink VA health system for veterans' sake

Maryland Congressman John Delaney says the Veterans Affairs Department should focus on veterans' unique health needs and leave routine medical care to others.

News flash: Lack of money leads to poverty!!!

Put something into the TSP every pay period, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey in response to readers' comments about the low proportion of FERS employees contributing.

Why Koskinen says the IRS won't cause another scandal

It's the IRS' employees, rather than its rules, who will keep the agency out of trouble, Commissioner John Koskinen said in an interview on In Depth with Francis Rose.

Nominee Roth says she'll keep good things going at GSA

Denise Turner Roth, President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the General Services Administration says, if confirmed, she'll make sure recent reforms are woven into the agency's fabric.

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Radio Interviews

Valerie Melvin


Records management requirements are still a hard sell for some agencies.


Hudson Hollister

Data Transparency Coalition

A new bill would transform the way financial regulators record everything they collect.


John Koskinen


A thumbs-up for reform at the Internal Revenue Service.


Anne Wagner


From MSPB to OSC.


Dan Goure

Lexington Institute

The defense acquisition system is bad for business.


Denise Turner Roth


A new leader doesn't have to mean new priorities at GSA.


John Mahoney

Federal employment attorney

New allegations claim the VA wastes billions every year by overpaying for goods and services.


Rep. John Delaney


Baltimore vets can start the week by tackling their VA concerns right after Memorial Day.


Larry Allen

Allen Federal Business Partners

Purchase card problems at VA may not only be at VA.


Mia Beers


The leader, and voice of calm, in the midst of chaos.


Thomas Stanton


Risk management: Easy to say, harder to do.


Dr. Rahul Rajkumar


HHS saves hundreds of millions thanks to a new payment model for health care providers.



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  • The Partnership for Public Service honors the outstanding work of dedicated federal employees.
  • View photos of the Capitol dome restoration project, which will fix more than 1,000 different issues.
  • Photos of the amazing, moving, important and amusing things happening in the federal community.
  • Listen to Tom Temin's latest on-air interviews with federal executives and contractors.
  • In Depth with Francis Rose features interviews on the top federal news of the day.
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  • Federal News Radio Reporter and Host Emily Kopp broadcast live on from the 50th Sea-Air-Space Expo.
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  • The annual awards ceremony returns after being halted by budget challenges in 2013.
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  • In our special report, we examine the creative ways agencies are saving space and making money on property.
  • Children participate in the 2015 White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of White House.
  • Photos taken from the Coast Guard's Operation Deep Freeze 2015, part of the U.S. Antarctic program.
  • Federal Drive with Tom Temin talks to acquisition innovators at at the ACT-IAC Acquisition Excellence Conference.
  • The National Institutes of Health has big plans for its Bethesda Campus -- 500 pages of plans, to be specific.
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  • Union members rally to raise awareness of issues impacting federal employees.
  • In honor of Presidents Day, Federal News Radio takes a look back at America's 43 presidents via photos.
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  • A 1.3-percent pay raise and reforms to the SES are just two of the initiatives in President Obama's 2016 budget.
  • Everyone from interns to congressmen lined up to greet President Obama at his State of the Union Address.
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  • Federal experts tell what top three concepts, trends or priorities they believe will be important in 2015.
  • The Veterans Affairs IG found alleged procurement fraud, intimidation and threats against a federal official.
  • 23 CIOs and other senior IT officials left government in 2014. The exodus shows encouraging and disturbing trends.
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  • Federal News Radio digs through the first 400 bills introduced by the 114th Congress, and what they mean for feds.
  • NASA scientists are developing more innovative and cost-effective technologies for future space missions.
  • Congress has passed a $1 trillion budget to fund agencies in 2015. Find out how it will affect feds and agencies.
  • Office of Federal Procurement Policy's Anne Rung released a road map for re-imagining federal contracting.
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  • Wounded warriors display power of adaptive reconditioning at annual Joint Services Sitting Volleyball Tournament.
  • The National Academy of Public Administration names 17 fellows for their contributions to federal service.
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  • From volunteering at orphanages to saving stray dogs, feds and their families are honored for their efforts.
  • View photos and hear interviews from this year's GovCon Awards, recognizing the best in contracting.
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  • View photos and hear interviews from this year's Government Contract Management Symposium.
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