By the end of September, nearly 60,700 IRS employees reported spending at least some time teleworking — a 134% increase from the weekly average before the pandemic.
Brain health has come to the forefront as a major health issues for service members.
The National Academy of Public Administration detailed a solid path forward for the Office of Personnel Management, former agency executives and advocates say, but they're not convinced anyone has the political clout, influence and willpower to see it through.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency released a supplement to its March 3 emergency directive outlining new steps agencies need to take over the next three months.
The federal government has a plan for disaster response but sort of fall short when it comes to execution.
In today's Newscast, the president wants to set aside $18 billion to repair and modernize VA facilities, and also invest $10 billion in other federal buildings.
In a new "future of work" concept paper, the Army's biggest R&D organization told employees it wants them to work whenever and wherever they're most productive, even once the pandemic ends.
The Biden administration is expected to propose a 2.7% federal pay raise for civilian employees in 2022, well above the 1% bump workers received this year.
There are three immediate steps that the new administration can take to leverage open and transparent data to advance Biden's agenda.
Federal employees ranked federal human resources last among four federal administrative services, according to a recent customer satisfaction survey from the General Services Administration.
The Air Force’s pilot corps is 93.6% male and 87.6% white; those demographics are grossly different from the 21% of women and at least 25% of the other races that make up the active-duty force.
In today's Federal Newscast, agencies now have more time to use a special hiring flexibility to bring on talent during the pandemic.
The Department of Veterans Affairs on Friday announced steps it would take to comply with a January executive order from President Joe Biden. The agency's largest federal employee union called it a "step in the right direction."
The changes spurs from a recommendation from the review of Ft. Hood after several high-profile tragedies including the harassment and death of Spc. Vanessa Guillen.