The Postal Service on Friday estimated that a $10 billion loan guaranteed under the CARES Act would give the agency enough cash to operate through May 2021. That loan buys the agency more time to…
Louis, DeJoy, the next postmaster general, will have to come up with a long-term business plan for an agency that’s long been in dire financial straits.
Professional Managers Association President Chad Hooper said some areas of the IRS mission are moving ahead, but others will take “a very long time” to return to normal.
The USPS Board of Governors on Wednesday announced that supply-chain and distribution center executive Louis DeJoy will serve as the next postmaster general, starting June 15.
Former USPS Inspector General David Williams resigned from his position as the vice-chairman of the agency’s Board of Governors at the end of April.
New pulse survey data from the Census Bureau will supplement other sources that HUD has relied on for years to allocate more than $3 billion in CARES Act spending.
Whether in an emergency or day-to-day operations, CFO shops now work alongside their C-suite colleagues to keep the agency mission going.
GSA, already the biggest adopter of telework in the federal government, has recently been its workplace flexibility pay off in unique ways – such as reducing the need for office space and hiring in-demand tech talent.
A bipartisan coalition in the House is putting pressure on the Senate and White House to approve emergency funding for the Postal Service before it runs out of cash in the coming months.
A senior Democratic Committee aide told Federal News Network that bureau officials expected internet self-response at this point would be around 36%, but so far, more than 45% of households have completed the online questionnaire.
While a governmentwide IG council promises regular updates to the website, government transparency advocates say the platform, in its current state, gives them few options to parse the data for greater accountability.
IRS Commissioner Chuck Retting told congressional staff that 100 agency employees had contracted the coronavirus, and four have died.
President Donald Trump said his administration won’t approve a $10 billion loan to USPS guaranteed under the CARES Act unless the agency first agrees to take his advice.
Congress has approved nearly $3 trillion to keep government services and the economy running during the coronavirus pandemic, but standing up the layers of oversight into that spending has gone less smoothly.