|Owner(s)||Army Times Publishing Co.|
Federal Times is a source of information for senior U.S. government managers on trends and issues facing them in their job performance and career. The magazine is published weekly. Federal Times is part of Army Times Publishing Company, which was once a part of the Gannett Company (NYSE:GCI) and is now owned by Sightline Media Group. The magazine is based in Springfield, Virginia. Sightline Media Group was sold to Los Angeles based private equity firm Regent Companies in 2016 by TEGNA. 
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