Federal News Network

Top Story

(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

State to name DoD’s Fletcher as its new CIO

Kelly Fletcher is heading over to the State Department to be its CIO after spending the last six-plus years at the Defense Department. At the same time, NIH is looking for a new CIO after Andrea Norris announced her retirement as of December.

Read more

TSA to release ‘innovation doctrine’ for embracing new technologies and ideas

Read more
federal employee, work, stress, health, retirement

A few recommendations from federal health experts ahead of this year’s open season

Read more

Biden’s pick for OPM deputy director addresses concerns about federal hiring, retirement processing

Read more

Editor's Pick

Amelia Brust/Federal News Network

Federal employees will pay 8.7% more, on average, toward 2023 health premiums

On average, enrollees in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) will pay 8.7% more toward their 2023 premiums, the Office of Personnel Management announced prior to the upcoming open season, which runs Nov. 14 through Dec. 12.

Read more

IRS awards $1K bonuses to ‘surge team’ employees tackling tax return backlog

IRS surge team employees will need to continue their work cutting down the agency’s pandemic-era backlog of tax returns through the end of the year, but are getting a $1,000 onetime bonus for their efforts.

Read more

White House AI 'Bill of Rights' sets higher bar for agencies to weed out bias

The Biden administration is setting a higher bar for how federal agencies oversee artificial intelligence and automation tools, and how they implement them in their own operations.

Read more

State Department 'virtualizing everything' to assess Foreign Service candidates

The State Department, once a relative stranger to telework for most functions prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, is taking steps to allow Foreign Service candidates to participate in some assessments virtually.

Read more

The Future of Federal Cyber

Cultural change may be one of the bigger challenges of shifting your cybersecurity model to a zero trust architecture. We share how IT and security leaders in both civilian and defense agencies are tackling that and more in our new ebook.

Read more

The Weather Service can never know too much about water

NOAA wants to upgrade its ability to analyze water resources, and it’s asking for help from the information technology industry.

Read more

A new look at an old problem: Contractors who don't pay their taxes

The IRS wants to eliminate- a long standing problem; companies who are delinquent in their federal taxes, but that nevertheless received federal contracts.

Read more

It's that time of year again for feds to donate to the cause or causes of your choice

The 2022 Combined Federal Campaign hosted its virtual kickoff earlier this week, which means federal employees can now start donating their time and money to causes of their choice.

Read more

Culture of risk management beginning to emerge at the Fiscal Service

Nicole Puri, the chief risk officer at the Bureau of the Fiscal Service in the Treasury Department and the past president of the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM), said the agency is managing operational risk as well as strategic risks.

Read more

Defense News

Navy’s innovation hub preps three new ideas to attract, fund small innovators

Read more

Pay & Benefits

Charles Rettig

IRS awards $1K bonuses to ‘surge team’ employees tackling tax return backlog

Read more

Biden’s pick for OPM deputy director addresses concerns about federal hiring, retirement processing

Read more
federal employee, work, stress, health, retirement

A few recommendations from federal health experts ahead of this year’s open season

Read more

Technology

From recruiting to onboarding, how federal agencies need to address talent shortage

Read more

TSA to release ‘innovation doctrine’ for embracing new technologies and ideas

Read more

Workforce

From recruiting to onboarding, how federal agencies need to address talent shortage

Read more

It’s that time of year again for feds to donate to the cause or causes of your choice

Read more
Charles Rettig

IRS awards $1K bonuses to ‘surge team’ employees tackling tax return backlog

Read more

From Our Partners