In today’s Federal Newscast, 30 years after the passage of the CFO Act, the Government Accountability Office tells Congress it has some work to do.
Even if it doesn’t violate the Hatch Act, politics at the office is a bad idea.
Employee unions say the Environmental Protection Agency has entered the next phase of its reopening plan without regard to its own metrics and criteria, which show rising coronavirus cases and positivity rates in the Washington, D.C. region. EPA down
A federal district court has dismissed a lawsuit from the American Federation of Government Employees, which challenged a two-year-old advisory opinion from the Office of Special Counsel on the Hatch Act and its implications around impeachment.
In today’s Federal Newscast, House Democrats make a significant push to improve whistleblower protection rights for federal employees.
The Office of Personnel Management has reorganized a few dozen of its employees into a new human capital data directorate, which the agency said will allow it to better manage information about the federal workforce. But its union said the moves are a part of a back-door effort to advance the administration’s merger with the General Services Administration.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new executive order from the White House calls on agencies to examine contractors’ use of foreign workers.
The authors of a recent report offering suggestions on civil service modernization say they attempted to bring interested parties together to facilitate meaningful discussions on the topic. But at least one federal employee group said their effort did the opposite.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services told employees it would delay the possibility of furloughs until the end of August. Employees will receive another furlough notice in the coming days reflecting the new potential date, the agency said.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee outlines its roadmap for oversight over the next five years.