In today's Federal Newscast: Lawmakers call for more money in the defense budget. An effort is underway to reform and modernize the State Department. And pregnant Marines get a break on clothing
Social Security is an agency in some crisis as labor relations are strained with ongoing uncertainty over their contracts.
Congress, as it does every year, crammed a lot of spending when it whipped up that so called omnibus appropriations bill.
In today's Federal Newscast, federal employees who were exposed to COVID-19 while working can now join a class-action lawsuit.
Next month, nearly a year and a half into the Biden administration, Department of Veterans Affairs officials will re-open talks with their union workforce.
Congress bought more time to fill in a framework for 2022 appropriations that put the government into another three weeks of continuing resolution.
One year after President Biden directed agencies to strengthen the national security workforce, details on progress are scarce.
The White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment's report builds on goals from the President's Management Agenda to reinforce unions as a way to strengthen the federal workforce, marking a polar opposite approach from the previous administration.
A Biden administration task force has issued a set of recommendations that could make it easier for federal workers and contractors to unionize
If agencies only measure diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility through hiring numbers they risk overlooking other, equally important gaps in their systems and policies.
In the annual passback document, Federal News Network has learned the Biden administration wants to give federal employees their biggest raise in 15 years.
The Biden administration is in the market for greener sources of electricity for the federal government, a significant step in a decades-long plan set into motion by a recent executive order.
For what nominee will face should they be confirmed, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the last MSPB member, attorney Mark Robins.
The Biden administration has a lot of labor itches to scratch, but they're not totally in control.