New regulations from the Office of Personnel Management implement portions of the president’s May 2018 executive order on firings and disciplinary actions for federal employees.
Thrift Savings Plan participants officially have access now to a variety of new withdrawal options. Here’s what they mean, and here’s how they might help you stay in the TSP longer into retirement.
The latest rendition of guidance from the Office of Personnel Management urges agencies to involve subject matter experts earlier on in the federal hiring process, better analyze and then describe a job’s tasks and responsibilities and improve assessments to evaluate candidates.
Both the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Office of Personnel Management are building new leadership development models for a modern era.
Faced with widening workforce gaps, the Agriculture Department is asking some of the employees impacted by the USDA relocation to Kansas City to continue working longer in Washington, D.C. until a later date.
The Senate confirmed Dale Cabaniss to be the permanent director of the Office of Personnel Management, following nearly a year of acting leadership from the Office of Management and Budget.
The Interior Department and Bureau of Land Management have implemented a hiring freeze to leave positions open for the employees who might decline BLM relocation to Colorado or several other western states.
The defense and intelligence communities are pivoting from the term “continuous evaluation” to a concept of “continuous vetting,” which the Defense Department and Office of the Director of National Intelligence said will shift the way they monitor and establish trust with federal employees and contractors.
An American Federation of Government Employees local is suing the Trump administration, the Social Security Administration and the Federal Service Impasses Panel for violating an injunction on the president’s workforce executive orders.
A draft version of the Defense Department’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, an assessment designed to measure and monitor cybersecurity practices of its contractors, is open for public comment.
A snapshot of agency health and wellness programs from the Office of Personnel Management shows some promise but calls on organizations to fully implement governmentwide regulations designed to better support nursing employees.
In a surprising reversal, President Donald Trump has chosen to give civilian federal employees a pay raise next year.
The legal battle over the president’s workforce executive orders continues, after federal employee unions on Friday asked the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to hear their case.
It’s been more than two years since Congress agreed to overhaul federal administrative leave policies, but agencies are still missing the regulations needed to implement some of the more transformative changes.