“The employees are upset that they’re going into this again.” Staff at TSA and other DHS components are preparing to go to work without pay.”
With Congress seemingly headed for a stalemate on a continuing resolution to keep the federal government open, join us for must-know information about the likely shutdown. Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller and Publisher Jeffrey Wolinsky shared details live on Friday, Sept. 29 about what to expect in the days ahead and how it will affect federal employees.
Federal News Network is compiling answers to both common and specific questions to help you prepare and understand how the potential government shutdown will impact you and your agency. We have addressed additional questions on health care, paid leave, retirement and more.
Updated with the Justice Department’s plans: Federal News Network is compiling a list of agencies that have so far made return-to-office announcements for their employees. The list will be regularly refreshed as we learn more.
Join longtime federal community advocate Jessica Klement and her guests as they cut through the noise and provide you with the information you need to understand how emerging workforce policies will affect you – or not – and make informed decisions about your future.
A new contract awarded to Discseel® Technologies by the Veterans Affairs Department, tasks the company with training physicians to perform a new, non-surgical spine procedure – to all Department of Defense and V.A. hospitals in the United States and overseas. For more on what is called the Discseel procedure, Federal Drive Executive Producer spoke to its creator, Dr. Kevin Pauza, who is also Chief Medical Adviser and Director of Discseel® Technologies.
During this exclusive webinar, moderator Jory Heckman will discuss tools and analytics agencies can use to help reach underserved populations with Scott Straub, senior director of market planning for public sector at TransUnion.
Recently, MITRE and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released the Open-Sourced Extension of MITRE’s Caldera platform, specifically for operational technology. This is meant to be utilized by security teams to run automated adversary emulation exercises that are specifically focused on threats to operational technology.
John Tenaglia, the director defense contracting and pricing at the Defense Department, said House and Senate armed services committee lawmakers asked for feedback on about 40 different potential acquisition provisions in the 2024 defense bill.
A recent audit by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), looked how the IRS deals with threats ad physical harm against IRS agents. Federal Drive Executive Producer Eric White spoke with Kent Sagara, who is the Acting Manager of TIGTA’s Office of Inspections and Evaluations.
Service members at all 10 installations the Government Accountability Office visited said their living conditions were poor enough to take a toll on their mental health. Auditors found widespread problems like mold, nonexistent air conditioning, and concerns about crime because of broken locks, windows and security cameras.
Daily photos of things happening in and around the federal government.