The Social Security Administration said it would begin to incrementally bring more staff back to work in person at its field offices, as senators say the workarounds the agency implemented during the pandemic are falling short.
The Defense Department still wants to cut 18,000 medical billets.
Under the new emergency paid leave program, agencies will grant time off to eligible federal employees on conditional basis. Agencies will request reimbursement from the Office of Personnel Management, as long as funds are available.
In today's Federal Newscast, President Biden has tapped one, but only one, person to fill longstanding vacancies at the Merit Systems Protection Board.
Ellen E. McCarthy former assistant secretary of state for Intelligence and Research, joined Aileen Black on this week's Leaders and Legends to talk about leadership.
The Biden administration is calling for an $80 billion investment in the IRS over the next decade, with the expectation that it will bring in $700 billion in tax revenue by shrinking the "tax gap" between what taxpayers owe and what the IRS collects every year.
The Postal Service is one step away from having its first fully staffed Board of Governors in years, now that the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee has approved President Joe Biden’s three nominees to serve on the board.
No Republicans voted to advance the nomination of Kiran Ahuja, the president's choice to lead the Office of Personnel Management, to the full Senate.
Katy Kale, the acting GSA administrator, said the Federal Green Advisory Committee stepped out in front soon after the EO and created two new task forces—the federal building decarbonization task group and the environmental justice and equity task group.
What lies ahead for government contractors remains unclear, but Eric Thompson at Barnes, Thompson & Singor, UBS Wealth Management USA offered steps that contractors can take to help their business survive this difficult stretch.
Kevin Walsh, a director on the Government Accountability Office's IT and cybersecurity team, had the latest on GAO's High Risk List on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Army makes up a large chunk of the military's deployments, but does it need to be everywhere at once?
The purchase of package-sorting equipment is only part of $40 billion in capital investments USPS plans to make over the next decade.
The Economic Development Administration has given out more than a billion dollars in grant money under the CARES Act, and it gets another three billion under the American Rescue Plan.