I think it's safe to say, from here on out, people will have the choice to either "go in," or telework at least some portion of the week.
People are overwhelmed with digital input and endless meetings. Artificial intelligences holds promise for fixing it.
Agree or disagree, book arguing against public employee unions is worth a read
Though he faced "headwinds" of bias, Vince Stewart rose to high rank on merit
White House seeks refreshed policy for who works where, but makes if awfully complicated to carry out.
Justice Department agency is failing at is own stated mission, but new leadership vows to correct things.
Yes, there's been an arrest in the latest document leak, but can the government get to the heart of why it keeps happening?
At whatever level, most federal employees work under the same few pay, benefits and job governance plans. Although they've all been in place for decades, those foundational conditions aren't static. Sometimes they change for the better.
Debate emerges over who should rebuild reduced Army stocks, federal employees or contractors.
Two federal executives exemplify the power of passion in how they approach their jobs.
Banned on federal devices, is TikTok even safe to use on personal devices of federal employees?
Veterans Affairs doesn't dare let its venerable VistA health records system fade away and leave doctors with nothing.
Federal employees like the idea of a solid pay boost, but some are skeptical of its chances, or what it will deliver it it does get passed.
Community resilience programs exist in several agencies. An incident shows how important they are.