The bipartisan Election Assistance Commission has been advising local election officials on how to meet the requirements of the Help America Vote Act to ensure vote access and sound systems for handling ballots.
The General Services Administration has ascertained that President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election
The Postal Service, seeing no sustainable path under its current business model, is offering Congress and the incoming Biden administration a shot at working together on a long-term strategy to reform the way it operates.
Commentator Jeff Neal lays out 5 Trump administration executive orders for the civil service that he thinks should be high on the list to be canceled immediately by the Biden administration.
The election fiasco you can't fix, so its best to concentrate on the day-to-day work of the people
Don Kettl, a professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, offered his take on the most important administrative and governance topics ahead.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel issued a post-election Hatch Act advisory. The voting is over, so the OSC says it's ok to sport hats or T-shirts or to display pictures while you're on duty.
The Postal Service could've set up a way to track ballots that went through its expedited process, but an agency executive stressed USPS made the speed of delivery its top priority.
The Postal Service, in the hours leading up to polls closing, will sweep 220 mail-processing facilities for any remaining undelivered ballots in a dozen of its districts, following an order from a federal court judge Tuesday.
Federal involvement in election processing has steadily grown deeper.
Politics are ugly these days but Federal Drive anchor Tom Temin thinks on the whole, the public are better than our politicians.
While much of the future of American policy hinges on the outcome of the 2020 election, any outcome will increase the focus on more and better communication between federal agencies and everyday Americans.
The federal judge's order requires USPS to let employees know that late and extra trips will be approved “to the maximum extent necessary to increase on-time mail deliveries, particularly for election mail.”
In today's Federal Newscast, Vietnam Veterans of America and DHS’ Cybersecurity and Information Security Agency say they’re trying to stop disinformation campaigns targeting military and veteran communities.