Agencies have done their fair share of hiring during the pandemic, but the size of the federal workforce hasn't budged much in recent years.
Biden is asking lawmakers to approve $5 billion to support a broader national transition to electric and zero-emission vehicles.
In today's Federal Newscast, the National Institutes of Health is taking actions under a long term plan to end structural racism in the biomedical science field.
A handful of new programs are opening up to help a segment of the population with a high unemployment rate.
The Biden administration on Thursday lifted the cap on the number of federal employees who can work in the office, but agencies must first submit and finalize reentry plans, update COVID-19 safety protocols, meet union obligations and give the workforce enough advanced notice.
In today's Federal Newscast, one of the most popular insurance plans for federal employees is offering an incentive for getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
While any pay raise is obviously better than nothing, bigger is better when it comes to the retirement part of life.
The Postal Service’s regulatory agency is in the final stretch of drafting an advisory opinion that, if favorable, would give USPS approval to slow first-class mail delivery standards.
The Office of Personnel Management finalized a new policy that allows agencies to rehire former federal employees at a higher grade level than when they left government.
Accountability for diversity initiatives and general equity is literally due on the president’s desk. In this moment, David Rock of the NeuroLeadership Institute asks, how can agencies and partner-vendors assure diversity is done properly?
In its latest look at how the State Department manages itself, the Government Accountability Office found State has made a lot of progress. Federal Drive got the latest from GAO's Jason Bair.
IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig is urging Congress to give the agency a level of funding that's on par with the Biden administration's budget request, in order to support long-term investments in its IT and workforce.
The Department of Veterans Affairs also envisions additional funding for its electronic health record modernization program, accountability office and diversity and inclusion initiatives, according to its 2022 budget request.
The CFO Council’s recent strategy made succession planning one of seven strategic goals to prepare agency financial management offices for the impending future.