More agencies should consider the tried-and-true focus group.
Under the IDEA Act, agency officials see a clearer path forward on making .gov websites more user-friendly.
Buzz about artificial intelligence has led to increased spending and put several Trump administration directives in motion, but only a handful of agencies have gotten into the early stages of AI adoption.
With looming Metro station closures this summer, OPM is recommending federal agencies adjust their teleworking policies to accommodate disruptions to employees commutes.
Lee Becker, the chief of staff of VA’s Veterans Experience Office, said winning a Service to Citizens Award shows just how far the agency has come over the past five years, and how much more work there is to do to earn the trust of veterans.
The Department of Veterans affairs saw employee satisfaction with the organization go up nearly six points last year.
Amid a governmentwide effort to reskill the federal workforce, the Department of Veterans Affairs has taken steps to ensure it has the workforce it needs for a data-centric future.
In today's Federal Newscast, a bipartisan group in the House Veterans Affairs Committee wants more information about VA's plans to curb sexual harassment.
At least three agencies have issued bargaining proposals that are similar to the provisions outlined in the President's three workforce executive orders, which he signed nearly a year ago.
Federal News Network's Nicole Ogrysko joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss challenges to Trump's executive orders to limit collective bargaining.
A series of new collective bargaining proposals from the Department of Veterans Affairs would impact employee leave, disciplinary procedures and telework.
Lee Becker, chief of staff at VA’s Veterans Experience Office, explained how the department is rebuilding veteran trust on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research director Dr. Patrick Feeney joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the VA's auditory dysfunction research.
In today's Federal Newscast, members of Congress introduced a bill to allow military servicemembers to sue the DoD for instances of medical malpractice unrelated to their military duties.