The U.S. Census Bureau is cutting its schedule for data collection for the 2020 census a month short
In today’s Federal Newscast, about 4,000 federal employees have filed workers’ compensation claims with the Labor Department due to COVID-19.
In today’s Federal Newscast, new Census data analysis shows, the recession of 2008 and 2009 hit one segment of the population particularly hard.
The Census Bureau postponed field operations and suspended hiring several times during the course of the pandemic. Those delays led the Trump administration to ask Congress to postpone deadlines to submit apportionment and redistricting data.
Another senior Pentagon official is resigning. Katie Wheelbarger, the acting assistant secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs submitted her letter of resignation on Wednesday.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said he will help the Postal Service develop a business operating model that will allow it to meet its universal service obligation and put it on a “trajectory for success.”
The U.S. Census Bureau is restarting some work in the field for the 2020 census on a limited basis after field operations were shut down for a month and a half because of the pandemic
A senior Democratic Committee aide told Federal News Network that bureau officials expected internet self-response at this point would be around 36%, but so far, more than 45% of households have completed the online questionnaire.
The Census Bureau’s efforts to get a snapshot of conditions under the pandemic comes a few weeks after calls for Congress to fund a “robust data infrastructure” under the CARES Act went unheeded.
In today’s Federal Newscast, agencies are starting to make some initial preparations for employees to return to the office.