An elite group of Senior Executive Service members were honored this week for their groundbreaking research, massive modernization efforts and life-changing discoveries — and managing and encouraging their workforces during a 35-day government shutdown.
In today’s Federal Newscast, NASA and GSA both saw increases in their technology services and products sales.
In today’s Federal Newscast, two lawmakers want to even the playing field for hourly wage workers and General Schedule employees who work in the same location.
Federal Statistician Nancy Potok will retire from her leadership job at the Office of Management and Budget after a busy year coordinating the rollout of the Trump administration’s policies on data-driven decision-making.
The Census Bureau will soon select 50 employees to participate in the program’s first cohort, which will begin coursework in January.
In today’s Federal Newscast, as her first official act as chairwoman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, Representative Carolyn Maloney has filed a lawsuit against the Justice and Commerce Departments.
In today’s Federal Newscast, employees at the Justice Department, who are also members of the LGBT community want reassurance from Attorney General William Barr that they won’t face discrimination at the workplace
The Labor Department is moving from 13 different HR offices, 26 different IT application organizations, four different procurement organizations and numerous personnel security offices down to one of each as part of its internal consolidation.
Moving people out of D.C. has been proposed before, but commentator and former Homeland Security CHCO Jeff Neal says the HIRE Act’s reasoning is flawed.
Suzette Kent, the federal chief information officer, said agencies have been lining up internal resources all summer to begin tackling the goals of the Federal Data Strategy.