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Drew Friedman

Drew Friedman

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Drew Friedman is Federal News Network’s reporter covering workforce, pay and benefits. She previously worked as a producer for the program Government Matters at WJLA-TV, covering the business of the federal government. Drew graduated from the University of Virginia in 2018 with a B.A. in media studies.

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Survey: Worried about back-to-office plans? A lot of you are.

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TSP’s modernization project set to launch June 1 after transition period

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NTEU calls for clearer FLRA guidelines to increase federal-labor efficiency

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How agencies can recruit better job candidates with skills-based approach

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(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)The General Services Administration (GSA) building is seen, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020, in Washington. General Service Administrator Emily Murphy, the head of the obscure federal government agency that is holding up Joe Biden's presidential transition, appeared to know she might be facing a messy situation after the votes came in. Prior to Nov. 3, Emily Murphy, the head of the General Services Administration, held a Zoom call with Dave Barram, 77, a man who was in her shoes 20 years earlier during the contested 2000 election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. Barram said he advised her to

GSA sees positive feedback on reentry, but deputy administrator says there’s ‘still a lot to learn’

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Two workforce bills to pay attention to from House committee’s latest markup

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1,400 EEOC employees will return to the office, but union negotiations still ongoing

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