The Library of Congress announced plans to finally retire the Thomas.gov web portal this summer after almost 21 years of public service. Library staff have finished migrating the site’s data over to the newer Congress.gov and plan to turn off the old site on July 5.
A longtime federal government computer specialist admitted using his computer to attempt to lure a child for sex.
More than 100 of the Transportation Security Administration’s 48,000 airport screeners quit each week, and whistle-blowers told congressional investigators that “we remain an agency in crisis.”
The House Ways and Means Committee on Thursday approved a measure that would block the Internal Revenue Service from collecting data on people who donate to tax-exempt nonprofit groups.
When the Census Bureau counts the American public, can it use the information that other federal agencies have already collected? The agency hopes to do so.
The first commercial U.S. test to diagnose Zika virus won emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration Thursday.
The U.S. agency that oversees personnel hiring for the federal government will propose a rule that would remove questions about criminal history from job applications, the Office of Personnel Management said on Thursday.
Marking the one-year anniversary of its truED Alliance with Champlain College on April 27, the Office of Personnel Management touted the fact that almost 1,800 feds and their families have taken advantage of steeply discounted online coursework.