To affect the most millions of people takes internet companies like Facebook. Yet the Government Accountability Office said the U.S. really doesn’t have comprehensive internet privacy laws.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the National Treasury Employees Union asked the Office of Personnel Management when federal employees can expect to see the 1.9 percent pay raise recently signed into law.
In today’s Federal Newscast, after the National Coalition for Men sued, a federal district judge ruled in its favor, saying forcing only men to register for the Selective Service is unfair.
The Department of Homeland Security inspector general found that ICE officials don’t use the contracting power they have to enforce the standards.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said it now has the capability to make its charge processing and records system fully digital.
Pentagon decides to go ahead with another conflict of interest study. That can’t be good.
At least five bills have been reintroduced in the 116th Congress by incumbent lawmakers. And as the fog of last month’s partial government shutdown clears, it’s possible more bills have or will resurface.
Employer branding is one of the chief battlefields in the fight for talent. The government is not well-positioned for that fight.
After a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on military housing, the Air Force is inspecting all of its on-base, privatized housing.
Agency leadership held a conference call with members of the IRS Advisory Council on Feb. 13, a volunteer group 75 tax professionals, to get their input on tax administration issues. That session made up for a January meeting postponed under the lapse in funding.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics laid out what kind of aid furloughed employees are allowed to receive during a government shutdown.
The military press obtained what the Navy wanted to remain hidden. But should the big report, put together by a rear admiral, have been kept secret?
GAO’s Director of defense capabilities and management issues, John Pendleton, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for the highlights.
President Donald Trump signed the 2019 spending bill into law, securing a 1.9 percent pay raise for federal employees that will be retroactive to Jan. 1.