EEOC has until Aug. 22 to respond to a labor-management complaint after not completing union negotiations for the agency’s return-to-office policies.
Also in today's Federal Newscast, the Biden Administration Office of Personnel Management gets its first second-in-command. And the Navy has a new top intelligence officer.
The Preventing a Patronage System Act would stop any federal job from reclassification outside of merit system principles.
In today's Federal Newscast: It looks like DoD might be underreporting what it's spending on cloud services. CISA can expect a huge budget increase next year.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will distribute $12 million among 71 DEA special agents who alleged systemic gender discrimination in the 1990s.
In today's Federal Newscast: More than 50 victims handed over millions of dollars to scammers posing as feds. A new bill would try to make it easier to fire federal employees.
Republican lawmakers are once again making a push that would allow the government to fire bureaucrats more easily.
Nobody is required to retain a lawyer; anyone is permitted to represent themselves and proceed “pro se.”
In today's Federal Newscast, Forest Service workers press for better living conditions.
The House will consider several workforce-related amendments to the 2023 Defense Authorization Act, including bringing TSA employees under Title 5.
TSA is confronting turnover challenges as air travel approaches pre-pandemic levels.
President and co-Founder of the Legal Accountability Project Aliza Shatzman spoke to the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In today's Federal Newscast, a federal appeals court is hearing arguments today over whether federal employees who worked without pay during government shutdowns are owed extra money.
Working from home has gone from a complicated/emotional exercise, limited to a handful of select workers in smaller agencies to what is likely to be its peak participation this year. So what comes next?