Despite the push by lawmakers to include the back pay provision for contractors, the issue has never been previously addressed in past government shutdowns.
Card makers and novelty shops took advantage of President Trump’s flamboyant nature to “trump” their competition for your Valentine dollars.
Frustrated by years of seeking a promotion they feel is deserved, a group of 46 regional task force inspectors for the U.S. Marshals Service has filed a complaint with the Office of Special Counsel, Government Executive has learned.
As part of her work on behalf of the Iranian government, she conducted research about USIC personnel that she had known and worked with, and used that information to draft “target packages.”
During the public meeting, a government executive panel will hear public comments from importers, brokers, and other private sector trade stakeholders.
So far this season, the top ten incoming ports have processed 974 million stems, and intercepted some 1,662 pests.
In the near future, competitors will enhance their warfighting capacity by improving space capabilities. Also, the development of some space technologies could lead to a misperception of intent, driving countries to adopt a more hostile posture.
Alex Fox has joined HawkEye 360 as executive vice president of business development, sales and marketing, the company announced.
Former Harris Corp. and CSRA executive Adam Sheipe has been named a vice president at Wolf Den Associates, tasked with leading the corporate development and buy-side M&A practice.
General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) announced today it will continue supporting the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) Joint Service Provider Enterprise Transport Management-Next Generation (JSP ETM-NG) program.