OPM has not come back to pre-COVID levels of retirement claims processing and staffing, and like many federal agencies is still dealing with a wide swath of the workforce working remotely.
Testing requirements will stay in place for most unvaccinated onsite contractors until agencies can sort through the contractual paperwork, the Biden administration said Monday.
The Senate returns to work today as questions hover over the $3.5 trillion spending bill sought by most Democrats.
In today's Federal Newscast, nearly a dozen military service members dies of COVID-19 in August.
The Office of Personnel Management agreed with nearly all of the recommendations the National Academy of Public Administration made to the agency back in March, which described an urgent need to rebuild capacity and reshape the agency.
A forthcoming Federal Sustainability Plan will examine disclosures of greenhouse gas emissions from federal suppliers and policies to mitigate climate-related financial risks.
As part of our special report, “A Tuesday like no other,” we spoke with members of the State Department about how Sept. 11 impacted them.
Some federal employees spent hours in traffic going home. Others stayed at the office. And some were right in the thick of recovery efforts at ground zero and the Pentagon. Federal News Network spoke with several current and former employees about their experiences on Sept. 11. These are their stories.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Transportation Security Administration is increasing fines for individuals who don’t follow a federal mask mandate at airports and on commercial flights.
President Joe Biden has announced sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans in an all-out effort to curb the surging COVID-19 delta variant
Federal News Network asked readers who were in federal agencies that day to share their experiences of 9/11, in honor of the 20th anniversary on Saturday.
The order simply requires agencies to stand up a program requiring vaccinations for all executive branch employees. A second order requires agencies to embed new COVID-19 safety protocols as a requirement in federal contracts and solicitations.
DHS Secretary Mayorkas is reviewing proposals from the Transportation Security Administration, along with input from the American Federation of Government Employees, on plans to administratively expand collective bargaining and other workplace rights.
Executive Vice President for Policy at the Professional Services Council, Stephanie Kostro, spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin for some advice.