The new year brought the opening of a new office at the State Department. It's called the Special Envoy for Critical and Emerging Technology. It has a list of responsibilities.
By learning how to properly leverage their HR data, federal agencies can begin to make real progress on hiring, retention and DEIA goals, setting themselves up for the workforce of the future.
Agencies need to be more proactive about recruiting and retaining new talent. To do that, they need to update their processes to find potential candidates, keep them engaged, streamline the hiring process, and build a recruitment strategy that maximizes ROI.
Long controversial, the military vaccine mandate has been killed off by the just-enacted 2023 National Defense Authorization law. So now what?
New regulations from the Office of Personnel Management will officially repeal several workforce policies that the Trump administration finalized in 2020.
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit found the government isn't liable for damages when it fails to pay employees on time during government shutdowns.
The Hatch Act prohibits federal employees from participating in political activities while on the job, but some have called for reforms to the 1939 law.
After months in limbo while awaiting court decisions, the vaccine mandate for government contractors will get some clarity. The Safer Federal Workforce Task Force has finally updated its website regarding enforcement of the mandate.
The Defense Department has been working under a leadership diversity plan since the Obama administration. Here is an update on its progress.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission certified two classes of employees in a racial discrimination case at NASA that’s nearly a decade old.
We figured it was a good time to check back in and see if you or your agency’s policies have changed about working back in the office.
After several years of vacancy, the Merit Systems Protection Board has its full complement of three members,
Union arbitrators routinely reinstate fired federal employees who grieve their dismissals according to an analysis of cases conducted by a think tank.
In today's Federal Newscast, a working group in the inspector general community is looking for ways to better integrate diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in the IG workforce.