The federal judge's order requires USPS to let employees know that late and extra trips will be approved “to the maximum extent necessary to increase on-time mail deliveries, particularly for election mail.”
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.
Everybody talks about the problem of workplace sexual harassment. But hard facts about its extent and frequency are difficult to find.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Oversight.gov Authorization Act would formally require the upkeep of the website where users can access all public reports released by agency IGs.
A persistent funding shortfall at the Office of Personnel Management is limiting just about everything the agency does, from processing retirement claims to administering the federal employee health insurance program, according to OPM's acting inspector general.
The IRS this year has been blessed - or maybe it's cursed - to live in interesting times. Delayed filings, getting millions of checks out under the pandemic stimulus CARES Act, having nearly all of its employees telework.
The American Federation of Government Employees has no end of complaints about Veterans Affairs. Now the union has obtained documents it says proves systemic racism issues.
Census Bureau officials have compressed the 2020 deadline to deliver apportionment data to Congress and the president by the end of the year, but haven’t committed to meeting that deadline if the accuracy of the data isn’t sufficient.
Some challenges from the pandemic require new solutions. The pandemic has also come with its own unique workload for GAO.
Defense contractors should pay close attention to two developments. An update on payments to contractors, and a review of how DoD spent its pandemic money.
The Open Government Data Act calls on agencies to make their data publicly available, and for OMB to track it. Some of it isn't happening says the Government Accountability Office.
Auditors found on-time delivery of first-class mail fell by more than 10% in July, directly corresponding” with the timeline of when USPS started reducing late and extra trips between mail processing plants and post offices.
Federal contractors can continue unconscious bias programs and still meet the demands of the president's recent executive order on diversity and inclusion training, Labor Department says, as long as programs don't touch on "white fragility" or "white privilege."
Federal News Network reviewed the track records and campaign policies for President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Here's where they stand on the issues important to federal employees, including pay, benefits and government oversight.