Federal employees are in a much different technological and political environment compared to the 1998 impeachment hearings of President Bill Clinton. Let us know how much the current proceedings will impact you.
In today’s Federal Newscast, relocation notices went out to 159 employees at the Bureau of Land Management yesterday.
If wasting a couple-thousand dollars next year is no big deal to you, you can skip this.
The Bureau of Land Management said it will offer relocation incentives to employees who accept reassignments. The incentives will be worth up to 25% of an employee’s basic pay at his or her new duty station.
DoD and military housing companies promised to clean up their act, but some military families at Ft. Meade aren’t seeing the results.
The Office of Personnel Management in October received the lowest number of retirement claims in a month since April, but the agency’s claims backlog grew for the first time since June.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Open Season is underway and the Office of Personnel Management says it has updated its tool for participants to compare plans.
If one of the next furloughs happens while a team of American astronauts are heading for the Moon, will they be forced to abort their mission and return to Earth?
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has abandoned plans to relocate to the St. Elizabeths campus, but another wave of DHS components plans to move in over the next few years.
With winter around the corner, the Office of Personnel Management is reminding federal employees how they should respond to an operating status announcement, and when telework comes into play.
Federal News Network took a closer look at employee perceptions of performance management techniques, the government shutdown and telework, among other topics in the 2019 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
The nation’s minority-serving and tribal colleges and universities house a lot of science and technology talent. For more than a decade, NASA has been funding specialized course work at these institutions.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Bureau of Land Management said it will offer both early-outs and buyouts to parts of its workforce.
Transition planning is necessary, because 43% Cabinet secretaries, deputy secretaries and undersecretaries during the Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama administrations have left within the first six months of the second presidential term, according to new data from the Partnership for Public Service.