The Army is focusing on data accuracy as it prepares to move the rest of its uniformed workforce into its centralized HR IT system, known as IPPS-A.
The Air Force is reorganizing its space acquisition office to better support the Space Force and other new space entities, but there are still questions surrounding exactly how the Pentagon will consolidate its space procurement.
The Army is finding ways to use tools initially developed for telework to accelerate the deployment of classified networks on its bases.
Agencies have new guidance for implementing the president's new mask mandate from the Office of Management and Budget. According to the new guidance, "every effort will be made to maximize the use of remote work."
After finishing a year dealing with a horrible pandemic, the new year opened with total breakdown at no less than the U.S. Capitol. But it's not hopeless.
In the latest installment in a 20 year rebuilding project, the State Department is about to embark on a new embassy in New Delhi, India. It will result in an entirely new approach in one of the most diplomatically crucial cities.
The inauguration showed continuity reflected in the building where it took place.
The IRS is sending a second wave of pandemic stimulus payments, preparing to open this year’s tax filing season and Implement its largest reorganization in decades under the Taxpayer First Act.
In a slew of executive actions on his first day in office, President Joe Biden reinstated previously-canceled diversity and inclusion training for federal employees and issued a mask mandate for those working inside government buildings.
Federal News Network conducted an anonymous, online reader survey to gauge feds' reactions to the Jan. 6 events and what they think could happen next.
Walter Barnes, president of PM Consulting Group, cautions "not so fast" when it comes to releasing office space, in favor of permanent telework.
Making the Capitol more remote is not the answer to the breach.
A majority of the federal employees and contractors who responded to a recent Federal News Network reader survey said they'd prefer to telework at least three days a week once the pandemic ends — if they had the choice to set their own remote work schedules.
A National Academies panel commissioned by the State Department shed new light on a disturbing and still mysterious episode of employees in the Cuban embassy reporting headaches, pressure, nausea, strange piercing noises, and cognitive problems from a directed source.