DoD civilians will be suspended without pay and then fired if they do not get vaccinated
DoD wants all of its civilians to get the shot and go through the required waiting period for antibodies to flourish by Nov. 22.
The White House on Wednesday announced new steps agencies will take to better inform prospective federal employees, new hires and current workers about their collective bargaining rights — and provide more details on how they can become active dues-paying union members if they choose.
As choices are examined and strategies perfected about Cloud Migration in the greater National Capital Region, one of the many federal-government spaces where important decisions are being executed is within the office of the Army CIO.
The Labor Department’s CIO doesn’t report directly to the secretary or deputy secretary, and the IG raises the issue in a new audit that received a sharp response from agency leadership.
The nine appropriations bills that Senate Democrats unveiled Monday are silent on the topic of federal pay, meaning they’ll defer to the president’s recommendation for a 2.7% raise for employees in 2022.