The National Treasury Employees Union is challenging the Federal Labor Relations Authority’s recent decision on dues payments in the U.S. Court of Appeals.
The General Services Administration will also assume management over the Office of Personnel Management’s office space in Washington later this fall.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the DCSA says it’s business model is getting more efficient in its first full year of operation.
The president’s 2021 budget request includes some $20 billion in agency program reductions and $28 billion in program eliminations. Here are several highlights from the president’s most recent proposal.
Margaret Weichert, the number two leader at the Office of Management and Budget, is leaving government for the private sector, she confirmed to Federal News Network.
The Office of Personnel Management has its own recommendations for correcting the new federal paid parental leave law, as well as a wide range of other legislative proposals for 2021.
The goal to train nearly 20% of all federal employees on cybersecurity, project management and data science skills is the Trump administration’s most clear target yet in its ongoing efforts to modernize the existing workforce.
The Trump administration plans to again issue a joint budget request for the Office of Personnel Management and the General Services Administration, Federal News Network has learned. The White House is expected to release the president’s 2021 request Monday.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Republican Study Committee want to overhaul federal employee pay, performance awards and hiring systems.
Congress had once anticipated as many as 1,000 federal employees would use phased retirement at any given time. But eight years after lawmakers signed off on the program, participation still falls well short of original expectations.
While the intent of the Hatch Act provisions restricting federal workers may be sound, the result is, in effect, muzzling many federal workers and depriving them of their First Amendment rights
According to a Federal News Network analysis of Office of Personnel Management data, 6,000 fewer employees retired in 2019 compared to the previous year. Federal employees say a combination of personal, financial, health and family reasons — in addition to their agency’s leadership, budget and political climate — all influence their retirement decisions.
After decades of watching as their annual pay raises shrink, including three consecutive pay freezes, white collar feds may have a reason to be hopeful.
There are some things, persons, places, food, sports teams etc., that people either love or hate. Take teleworking.