OPM is trying to give CHCOs more opportunities to offer feedback on planned policy changes, as long-standing federal recruitment challenges endure.
Miller said she was unaware of any data about the success rate of these types of attacks, but there is plenty of anecdotal evidence of companies losing tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars to these scam artists.
Although agencies have made progress in promoting equal employment opportunities, the EEOC's latest federal workforce report shows that some inequities still exist in governmentwide workforce demographics.
The Office of Personnel Management’s first-ever DEIA annual report details both progress and upcoming goals to hit the requirements of Biden’s executive order on advancing diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in the federal workforce.
OPM said the holdup on issuing final regulations is due to a conflict with rest and recuperation leave, but proponents of the legislation voiced frustrations with the years-long delay.
National Science Foundation officials announced that all agency employees will receive a 4.6% pay raise for 2023, striking initial plans to implement a 1% raise for senior-level excepted service feds.
The American Federation of Government Employees raised concerns about initial plans to cap pay for hundreds of employees at the National Science Foundation, though NSF officials said no final decisions have been made.
Douglas Glenn is no longer serving as chief financial officer at the Office of Personnel Management, following an IG report with substantiated claims that the top financial official used sexually suggestive and racially insensitive language during his DoD tenure.
Close to a quarter of women employees at federal agencies have experienced sexual harassment, according to a report from the Merit Systems Protection Board. But the data used in the report is about six years old.
It may seem like the Fourth of July weekend was just a couple of months ago, but now 2023 is only three weeks away. It's the season of lists! Make 'em once and check 'em twice! While you're making lists, be sure you've got a year-end financial checklist.
In a workforce of about two million, the federal government has only about 8,000 members in the senior executive service. A small number, but crucial, they are the main buffers and translators between the political appointees and the rank-and-file who actually do the work of government. Now the Senior Executives Association has a new board chairman.
President Joe Biden picked 233 federal employees across 33 agencies as winners of the 2022 Presidential Rank Awards.
Looking at the differences — and similarities — of federal employees in Generations X and Z could help agency leaders better understand how to improve workforce retention rates, according to a new report from the Partnership for Public Service.
The Federal Salary Council reported that federal pay fell further behind private sector pay, from a pay gap of 22.47% in 2021 to 24.09% in 2022.