Dr. Andre Kalil, of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, will oversee a clinical trial of a potential coronavirus treatment.

Trump Administration Prepares for Rapid Growth of U.S. Coronavirus Cases

Sponsor Content

How Federal Agencies Can Reshape the Customer Experience

Providing tech-infused, customer-friendly user experiences can seem like a tall order for government agencies, but by tapping the correct digital transformation tools, agencies can create a pathway to offering the types of omnichannel experiences that all customers have come to expect.

Nextgov

Government-Run Energy Company Keeps Reeling in the Same Employees in Phishing Training

The Tennessee Valley Authority has a good initial phishing training program in place but lacks real consequences for those that fail.

Defense

Trump’s New Spy Chief Failed to Report $100,000 from a Group Funded by Hungary

Richard Grenell’s past clients could raise concerns about his access to state secrets, according to his own office’s rules.

Sponsor Content

Flash Poll: The State of Security

As important as it is to protect systems from external threats, organizations must also ensure their employees react appropriately to suspicious activity occurring inside agency walls.

Nextgov

End-to-End Encryption and Law Enforcement Access to Data Can Coexist, Justice Official Says

The official pointed to Australian and U.K. laws as models for the U.S. and an emerging “international consensus” on the issue. 

Workforce

The Legacy of a Hidden NASA Figure

The stories of black women at the space agency were once buried so deep that it felt like a revelation when they were brought to light.

Workforce

The FBI Is Investigating Massive Embezzlement of Border Patrol Union Funds

The head of the powerful union representing border patrol agents nationwide said the FBI is working to identify who stole some $500,000 out of the coffers of the El Paso local. The theft raises more questions about lawlessness in the union’s ranks.

Featured eBooks
VOICES
Management

GovExec Daily: The Coronavirus Response

Eric Katz and Kate Queram talk to the podcast about pandemic planning and emergency preparedness.

TSP TICKER
FUND
G
F
C
S
I
FEB 24 CLOSE
$16.3952
$20.2747
$47.3163
$56.8087
$30.9369
DAILY CHANGE
0.0022
0.0712
-1.6348
-1.7767
-1.2769
THIS MONTH (%)
0.11
0.89
0.16
1.57
-2.79
FUND
L 2050
L 2040
L 2030
L 2020
L INCOME
FEB 24 CLOSE
$22.2259
$38.0658
$34.5990
$29.2973
$21.1882
DAILY CHANGE
-0.6488
-0.9702
-0.7343
-0.2436
-0.1541
THIS MONTH (%)
-0.43
-0.36
-0.28
-0.02
0.00
FUND
FEB 24
CLOSE
DAILY
CHANGE
THIS
MONTH
G
$16.3952
0.0022
0.11
F
$20.2747
0.0712
0.89
C
$47.3163
-1.6348
0.16
S
$56.8087
-1.7767
1.57
I
$30.9369
-1.2769
-2.79

L 2050
$22.2259
-0.6488
-0.43
L 2040
$38.0658
-0.9702
-0.36
L 2030
$34.5990
-0.7343
-0.28
L 2020
$29.2973
-0.2436
-0.02
L INCOME
$21.1882
-0.1541
0.00
Defense

Pentagon Defends Handling Of Traumatic Brain Injuries In Iranian Attack

TBI symptoms are often “nonspecific,” the Joint Staff surgeon said.

Nextgov

NASA Tech Could Replace Passwords with Your Heartbeat

The space agency announced several health and biotech technology transfer opportunities.

Management

How EPA Could Be More Transparent With the Public

Think tank suggests more support for the newly established C-suite level position of chief data officer. 

Route Fifty

Supreme Court to Hear Dispute Over Same-Sex Foster Parents

Catholic Social Services is fighting Philadelphia’s decision to stop working with the foster agency because it will not place children with same-sex couples.

Workforce

The Postal Service Fired Thousands of Workers for Getting Injured While Delivering and Processing Your Mail

USPS forced out 44,000 workers who got injured on the job. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says the effort, part of a five year program, violated the law. But the Postal Service has fought its workers’ claims since 2007.

Management

Are You Hearing or Listening?

Problem-solving, team-engagement, relationships and results all improve when leaders listen better. Here are some tips.

Defense

Should The U.S. Have a Secretary For Influence Operations?

Two former top special operations officials say their job was too junior and the Pentagon isn’t taking information warfare seriously enough.

Defense

Trump’s New Spy Chief Worked for a Foreign Politician Accused by the U.S. of Corruption

Richard Grenell did not disclose payments for advocacy work on behalf of a Moldovan politician whom the U.S. later accused of corruption. His own office’s policy says that could leave him vulnerable to blackmail.

Oversight

GovExec Daily: Margaret Weichert's Legacy

In its inaugural episode, GovExec's new podcast talks about the government career of the OMB and OPM official.

Oversight

Elections Agency Commissioner: ‘The Biggest Story at the FEC Is What’s Not Happening’

Agency received a funding increase in Trump’s 2021 budget request, but that won’t matter unless commission regains a quorum.