The National Academy of Public Administration has published a long list of ideas for the administration that begins this coming January.
Three of the four Program Support Center executives on paid administrative leave since April 2019 remain in limbo while sources say the agency will fire the fourth one as part of a move to save face in light of auditors finding no wrongdoing.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department Inspector General plans to undertake a new investigation into how the Pentagon handles issues like diversity and inclusion.
House Democrats are demanding the Trump administration immediately stop implementing the president's Schedule F executive order until they can determine the EO's full impact on the career federal workforce.
The National Treasury Employees Union is suing the Trump administration over the president's recent Schedule F executive order. Three House Democrats introduced new legislation intended to nullify the EO and protect career federal employees impacted by it.
A one-time hospital orderly and a Coast Guard officer - can this be the same federal government?
Former Chief Human Capital Officer for the Department of Homeland Security, Jeff Neal provides some background on the career civil service and why the recent Schedule F executive order undermines it.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management is out with preliminary guidance on the president's recent executive order.
In theory, a Biden administration could, for its own purposes, use the Trump executive order.
The National Council on Disability is calling on Congress to phase out a New Deal-era program that gives people with disabilities federal contracting jobs, but pays them less than minimum wage.
A new executive order from President Donald Trump will reclassify certain current and future positions in the career civil service as a new political class known as "Schedule F."
In today's Federal Newscast, a former top political aide to ex-EPA administrator Scott Pruitt claims EPA violated his free speech and due process rights by removing him after he raised concerns about Pruitt's excessive spending and mismanagement.
Federal contractors can continue unconscious bias programs and still meet the demands of the president's recent executive order on diversity and inclusion training, Labor Department says, as long as programs don't touch on "white fragility" or "white privilege."
Federal News Network reviewed the track records and campaign policies for President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Here's where they stand on the issues important to federal employees, including pay, benefits and government oversight.