The National Treasury Employees Union said agencies are responding to the Biden's administration's call to restore labor relations in a variety of ways. Some agencies are making plans to return to the bargaining table, while others haven't responded to requests to revisit previous contracts.
The government has learned a lot about its strengths and weaknesses during COVID. Forrester Research Vice President Rick Parrish joined Federal Drive with a progress report.
The agency’s years-long investment in robotic process automation reached an inflection point last year, when the IRS used a bot well-established in handling one task to take on an emergency scenario.
One agency warned retirees could wait as long as six months for an initial interim payment and up to a year for a full annuity. The National Finance Center said it plans to return to its goal of processing retirements cases within 30 days by the end of the month.
For federal contractors, the pandemic has shown just how far off course normal procedures and government relations can get pushed.
No matter how you look at it, the process for investigating people and granting them security clearance has been a hairball for decades.
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government Accountability Office still faces a higher demand for its oversight work.
In today's Federal Newscast, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is reminding servicemembers and DoD employees about the ethical values of the department.
CIOs at these agencies say there’s no going back to the status quo before the pandemic, and are looking at accelerating their IT investments.
In today's Federal Newscast, the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package that cleared the House Friday night includes a few key provisions for federal employees.
Incomes, employment, economic growth might be on the rise and a variety of vaccines are getting out into the market. But that didn't stop the House from passing a nearly $2 trillion stimulus bill.
Whatever plans federal agencies had to guide a return to offices, well, those seem to have evaporated months ago, Bob Tobias said.
Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) are pressing Senate leadership to extend 3610 authorities through Sept. 30.
The IRS is bringing more employees back to the office to process tax returns, open mail and make sure eligible Americans receive their Economic Impact Payments.