The Forest Service notified staff Friday about an upcoming reduction in force (RIF) and announced its decision to move its Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers to the Labor Department.
The Senate Armed Services Committee is the first congressional entity to officially approve of a space force with their latest defense budget.
At this point, any legislative movement to authorize dismantling OPM is most likely dead in the water. The real question is what Congress and the administration will do next.
TSA is advised to pay officers more but not to put them in the General Schedule.
In today’s Federal Newscast, as part of a new pilot program, the Defense Department awards contracts to five companies to actively recruit technical talent from the private sector.
The Navy, Marines and Coast Guard are looking for new ways to apply technology to their training curricula, but only where it makes sense to do so.
As part of the Trump administration’s broad efforts to reskill the federal workforce, the Office of Personnel Management has new a toolkit and playbook for agencies to tackle the unknown.
Buzz about artificial intelligence has led to increased spending and put several Trump administration directives in motion, but only a handful of agencies have gotten into the early stages of AI adoption.
A blue-ribbon panel, authorized by Transportation Security Administrator David Pekoske, said pay was the biggest driver of TSA’s high turnover. But the panel urged the agency against adding its security officers to the General Schedule.
Two military branches and the National Guard want changes to the way officers are put into ranks to ease the burden on service members and commanders.