Donald Trump claimed his place Wednesday as America’s 45th president, an astonishing victory for the celebrity businessman and political novice, having scored a stunning victory backed by extraordinary support from working-class America.
Restoration crews have removed the scaffolding from the Capitol Dome, but the Architect of the Capitol still has some finishing touches to complete before the restoration project comes to an end.
Amid a sudden surge of interest, the Office of Personnel Management has given federal employees a refresher on what they can and cannot do under the Hatch Act.
In a major reversal of fortune, every Thrift Savings Plan fund, with the exception of the low-risk low-reward G fund, posted negative returns in October.
When they’re not launching satellites into space, it turns out the engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory can also put any neighborhood’s jack-o’-lanterns to shame.
If the Defense Department is getting financial savings from its contracted work, it either doesn’t know or just isn’t reporting it. Nor has the department developed a plan for getting more efficiency out of its staff and contractors. A lot of work yet to be done. Brenda Farrell, director of defense capabilities and management issues at the Government Accountability Office, talks to Federal Drive with Tom Temin about GAO’s latest work on civilian workforce costs
The Senate gave the federal watchdogs a shot in the arm this week with the release of a new report that confirmed some long-held concerns within the inspectors general community.
A leading National Security Agency official said Tuesday that none of the high-profile cybersecurity breaches in government over the past two years required hackers employ the strongest tools at their disposal.
The next president’s administration will rely heavily on the Office of Management and Budget’s expertise in crafting a governmentwide management agenda, but only after it gets a handle on the protracted budget process.
When it comes to getting a message out to the public, federal agencies have more ground to cover than ever, thanks to social media. But how does the government’s online presence translate into spending?
Millenials in the federal workforce feel engaged in their agency’s mission, but it remains to be seen how motivated they’ll feel about the civil service midway through their government careers and beyond.
With only one more month left to go until the presidential election, the Office of Special Counsel wants to remind federal employees of a few Hatch Act guidelines meant to keep political activity out of the workplace.
The Thrift Savings Plan posted modest returns for its retirement funds in September, with a majority showing higher numbers than the previous month.
Congress bought itself more time to work out a fiscal 2017 budget by passing a continuing resolution, but an intractable fight remains on the defense spending front.