In this exclusive executive briefing, the following executives explore why it was critical to make meetings, and the entire hybrid work environment center around reaching the people where they are and not where you want them to be.
The House Armed Services Committee advanced a defense policy chock full of amendments addressing AI, Buy American, pay parity, civilian control of the military and other issues.
Mike Causey asked a couple of dozen faithful readers the same question: What about the office of the future from your standpoint?
The contract for coworking space builds on what GSA and Public Buildings Service officials have already described as a long-term rethinking of federal office space.
Federal managers say key details of the administration's vaccine and testing program are still unresolved, and they worry about enforcing a policy with the workforce, which — like the rest of the country — has pockets of vaccine hesitancy and resistance.
Military service members must immediately begin to get the COVID-19 vaccine, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says in a memo Wednesday, ordering service leaders to “impose ambitious timelines for implementation.”
President Biden announced his plans to nominate 10 new members to the Federal Service Impasses Panel, which attempts to resolve collective bargaining disputes among agencies and employee unions.
In today's Federal Newscast, military bases are beginning to restrict travel again as coronavirus rates are on the rise.
Unvaccinated employees and federal contractors who are teleworking are not subject to regular COVID-19 testing, the Biden administration said Wednesday. In addition, agencies can't require telework for unvaccinated employees solely based on their inoculation status.
The former intelligence employees argued that their prepublication reviews took too long and redacted unclassified information.
In today's Federal Newscast, federal employee unions are responding to President Biden's new vaccine guidance.
In today's Federal Newscast, new recommendations to the Office of Personnel Management from a federal employee-run organization are trying to close the pay gaps between men and women and among racial groups.
Attorney Elyssa Santos-Abrams hosted the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's latest Federal Sector Case Update workshop for attorneys, mediators, human resource personnel, union officials and EEO professionals.
Agencies are being told to collect certifications about employees' and on-site contractors' vaccination status on a new standardized form. Those who decline to answer will be treated as though they're unvaccinated; those who lie could face penalties.