The Partnership for Public Service has announced 32 federal employees as finalists for this year’s Service to America Medal awards as part of Public Service Recognition Week.
A bill that prevents federal applicants who commit some sort of misconduct before or during the background check process from getting a security clearance is back on the table in the Senate.
On the heels of the Senate passing the FOIA Improvement Act, House lawmakers want a new study on how agencies are meeting the current law.
Sens. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and Tom Carper (D-Del.) asked OMB Director Shaun Donovan when his agency will finalize Circular A-130.
The House has passed a bill to shorten the amount of time federal employees under misconduct investigation can be on paid administrative leave.
Two Florida residents have pleaded guilty in a conspiracy to defraud more than 10 federal agencies.
Temporary and seasonal employees could have more opportunities to apply for permanent federal jobs.
Congress want to make the federal government more effective by cutting out overlap between agency programs.
In a recent request for information, the Coast Guard is asking vendors for input on how they would protect the service’s data and secure its systems.
The Senate has confirmed Michael Missal to be the next inspector general at the Veterans Affairs Department. The VA had been without a permanent IG since December 2013.
The Office of Management and Budget is coming out against a bill which would take away the IRS’ ability to charge user fees, saying it would deplete the agency’s resources.
The General Services Administration is trying to connect to federal agencies with the public to help find new ideas to solve problems.
A report on government cybersecurity found NASA had the worst cybersecurity of all 600 federal, state, and local government organizations they analyzed.
House members continue their oversight of how agencies implement recommendations from their inspectors general.