In today’s Federal Newscast, the Transportation Security Administration soon will offer early retirements to employees across the agency.
Could all of this have a chilling effect on the willingness of other agencies to issue unflattering reports?
Though one in seven federal employees have said they’ve experienced sexual harassment at work in recent years, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights believes cases are vastly under-reported, due to an outdated and confusing reporting process that does little to protect or incentivize employees to come forward.
Coronavirus’ closures of government facilities or enforcement of social distancing hasn’t stopped Congress from conducting business.
House Democrats in their latest stimulus bill included a billion dollars for federal IT modernization after a $3 billion proposal was left out of the CARES Act.
The coronavirus pandemic has posed new questions for agencies whose employees are working on the frontlines and teleworking from home, the Office of Government Ethics said.
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A group that includes many National Park Service former employees and supporters is urging the Trump administration to go slow when it comes to reopening America’s public wilderness.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Veterans Affairs has a new plan to eventually resume normal operations for its hospitals, cemeteries and benefits offices.
How come it has been so hard to get masks distributed to federal employees like the 10,000 IRS employees called back to work?
Professional Managers Association President Chad Hooper said some areas of the IRS mission are moving ahead, but others will take “a very long time” to return to normal.
In today’s Federal Newscast, House and Senate lawmakers are using legislation and pressuring the White House to obtain hazard pay and extra leave capabilities for federal employees who are continuing to work during the coronavirus pandemic.
When you put those burgers on the grill this weekend, remember the 6,500 federal food safety inspectors working in meatpacking plants ordered to stay open.
Contrary to what some may think, the Federal Circuit did not invalidate the Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act and it did not permit administrative judges to mitigate discipline imposed on VA employees.