Some exposed employees got the virus in the line of duty. Now they’re suing for extra pay.
The Energy Department is bringing something a little larger to the coronavirus fight, the IBM Summit supercomputer.
Requests already coming into consortium focusing the nation’s supercomputing capacity on the coronavirus.
American Indians and Alaska Natives have disproportionate levels of murder and missing persons so the Justice Department set up a presidential task force.
VA telehealth employee wonders why he can’t telework.
Spreading crisis feels like a test for everybody, and feds, like all people, worry about the basics.
SEC the first to try mass teleworking under duress.
As federal agencies dust off their continuity of operations plans in light of the corona virus threat, contractors are also thinking about their own immediate futures.
Join my Hog parade and contribute to a pair of highly worthy federal charities.
Not even many feds may be aware of the small, independent U.S. Chemical Safety Board. It has a critical mission, investigating industrial chemical accidents. The board has had a somewhat rocky time over the past few years. Critics say it’s understaffed. But recently it got a crucial rule out the door.
It feels instinctual to want to sell securities now, but it’s an instinct you should ignore.
Corona virus should make SSA management get over its telework allergy
Employees are obligated to travel if the job demands, even if you’re worried about the bug.
This thin blue federal line isn’t paid according to its importance.