NOAA is still trying to decide which personnel would be subject to furlough.
FEMA and other agencies are signing up for a new Twitter service to highlight important bulletins.
A six-month launch delay for NOAA's next-generation geostationary satellites could mean the agency will violate its policy of always having a backup weather satellite in orbit.
Complaint centered on e-mail threads and conference calls among directors that a board member believed should have been announced by public notice and included in the public record.
After having its first protest rejected, Aljucar, Anvil-Incus & Co. is taking another shot.
DHS's Science & Technology Directorate tests facial recognition software at a hockey arena.
In the era of Edward Snowden, the government is searching for solutions.
The federal health insurance exchanges are miscalculating some premium costs, but an Oct. 1 launch is still expected.
The new framework changes the way agencies comply with the Federal Financial Management Improvement Act.
Lawmakers have chosen not to specify which biometrics a visa entry/exit system should use.
Nearly half of the department's top management positions are vacant, raising concerns about its ability to improve acquisition processes.
In its efforts to bolster a flagging bottom line, the USPS is exploring non-traditional services it could provide using its existing electronic and physical delivery infrastructure.