State Dept. Failing to Respond to Records Requests, Report Finds
The State Department is failing to respond in a timely and accurate manner to requests for public records filed under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), an internal watchdog investigation released today concludes.
After feds bungle management, contractor to resume control of Army child-care program
The government will turn over the management of a program that helps Army families pay for private child care back to a private contractor after a federal agency bungled the job for a year, officials said Wednesday.
OPM Still Hasn’t Answered Questions on Background Check Hack, Republicans Say
Congress is still waiting for details requested five months ago from the Office of Personnel Management about an agency data breach that allowed U.S. adversaries to obtain information on 21.5 million federal employees, national security contractors and their families, according to some Republican lawmakers.
NASA’s aging tech worries Capitol Hill watchdogs
Leaders of government oversight panels in the House and Senate are worried that NASA is relying on obsolete technology.
Obama’s Gun Plan: A Legal Assessment
President Barack Obama’s executive moves on gun policy won’t likely run afoul of the Supreme Court’s Second Amendment precedents, which in 2008 for the first time recognized an individual right to own firearms and have rejected local ordinances that effectively outlawed handgun possession.