Commentator Jeff Neal lays out 5 Trump administration executive orders for the civil service that he thinks should be high on the list to be canceled immediately by the Biden administration.
When the dust has settled, good government groups and employee organizations say the next administration faces a talent and leadership crisis in the federal workforce.
The election fiasco you can't fix, so its best to concentrate on the day-to-day work of the people
Federal unions, many good government groups and much of the media have attacked President Trump's proposal to make it easy to fire hundreds --if not thousands--of career feds now protected by civil service rules.
Sid Nair of Teletrac Navman says fleet and mobile asset managers can use telematics as a digital automation platform for effective and fast decision-making.
There’s nothing like a once-in-a-lifetime global pandemic to focus one’s thinking. This year has been one for the the books.
The National Academy of Public Administration has published a long list of ideas for the administration that begins this coming January.
The election outcome will have big consequences for nearly every segment of the economy, including federal contractors and the rules they and the government operate under.
Federal involvement in election processing has steadily grown deeper.
Depending on how things go, career federal workers will have either a couple of days at most — or maybe at least the next four years — to worry about possible changes in their job security.
Politics are ugly these days but Federal Drive anchor Tom Temin thinks on the whole, the public are better than our politicians.
While much of the future of American policy hinges on the outcome of the 2020 election, any outcome will increase the focus on more and better communication between federal agencies and everyday Americans.
Telework is the norm now. And it's hitting different people in different ways. Readers wrote in to tell us how their experience has been so far. Here's what they had to say.
COVID-19 has created a wealth of different risks for people around the world. But in the United States, another unexpected consequence is the influence of the pandemic on government security clearances.