The Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed changes to its program for dealing with corporate whistleblowers. Since the Dodd-Frank banking legislation, whistleblowers receive up to 30% of penalties the SEC collects when they exceed $1 million.
New priorities from the Office of Personnel Management, aligned with the President’s Management Agenda, aim to help agencies fix workforce issues, use better data and recruit the next generation of federal employees.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is mainly concerned with traffic safety. That mission involves rulemaking. Going back a decade, Congress asked for 19 reports and 22 rules from NHTSA, but the agency has been slow getting all of this administration out the door.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management released a new federal workforce plan.
Congress says DoD's budget isn't big enough for price increases, however lawmakers hold the purse strings
Congress, the Justice Department and the courts continue to deal with the break-in at the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The Homeland Security Department is dealing with issues of its own. A report from its office of inspector general found that the department's Intelligence and Analysis office had threat information, but didn't tell everyone it should have.
You don't have to work decades for the federal government to have an impact. That's one idea behind the Presidential Innovation Fellows program, operated by the General Services Administration.
In today's Federal Newscast, some Interior Department employees will see their remote work options expand.
The State Department is broadly re-imagining the future of work for its domestic and overseas employees, with accessibility at the core of these changes.
Federal News Network is conducting a survey to gauge your thoughts on returning to the office.
Could an overturn of Roe vs. Wade affect the federal workforce? WTOP Capitol Hill reporter Mitchell Miller explained on the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Maria Roat, the recently retired deputy federal CIO, retired at the end of March after 41 years of federal service, including the last two as the deputy federal CIO.
The third round of governmentwide pulse surveys gives senior leaders tools to listen “much more” to their employees.
NCPC’s new equity action plan was one of 90 released last month by federal agencies in response to President Joe Biden’s January 2021 executive order.