In today’s Federal Newscast, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a federal retiree who says the state of West Virginia unfairly taxed his annuity income.
With citizen experience a priority for federal agencies now, the Department of Education has made interacting with student loans a mobile experience.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development became the second agency to get help in upgrading its technology and financial management systems under the White House’s marquee IT modernization effort.
Congressional leaders say they have reached agreement on a plan to pass a stopgap government funding bill through Dec. 7, thereby avoiding a partial government shutdown on Oct. 1.
The Senate last week passed a bill to fund the Defense Department, we all as the departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and Education.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Senate passed a bill funding the Defense Department until the end of September 2019, giving it a total of $675 billion for next year.
A strike by D.C.-area bus and subway personnel could give opponents of teleworking a taste of what the government would face in the event of a major weather event, natural disaster or terrorist attack.
In a new, exclusive online survey by Federal News Radio nearly 70 percent of respondents said they are very or somewhat concerned about possible changes to telework policies.
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Heather White, federal employment lawyer and partner at the Federal Practice Group, thinks the proposed merger of the departments of Labor and Education may be a pretext to eliminate some of the functions of those agencies, water down their missions, and possibly even downsize their workforces.