Federal News Network conducted an anonymous, online reader survey to gauge feds' reactions to the Jan. 6 events and what they think could happen next.
At the moment President-elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office on Wednesday, the National Archives and Records Administration will take custody of Donald Trump’s presidential records.
Federal government came through the riots looking about the same.
Senators will hear from Biden's defense secretary nominee on Jan. 19.
Wednesday was terrible. But we've survived worse days in the nation's history.
The U.S. Capitol Police are reporting that Capitol Police Officer Brian D
Making the Capitol more remote is not the answer to the breach.
In today's Federal Newscast, at least 132,000 health care professionals at the Department of Veterans Affairs have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Management and Budget is not amused by recent claims from the Biden transition team that the agency isn't cooperating.
In an extraordinary New Year’s Day session, the Republican-controlled Senate easily turned aside the veto, dismissing Trump’s objections to the $740 billion bill and handing him a stinging rebuke just weeks before his term ends.
President Donald Trump formalized a 1% across-the-board federal pay raise for civilian employees in 2021 via an executive order, which he signed Thursday night with hours to spare before the start of the new year.
Here are a few encouraging takeaways for the federal workforce after the end of a strenuous year.
President Trump has had, to say the least, a rocky relationship with the federal community. But after the dust settles, will feds end up being better off?
In today's Federal Newscast: Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) wants to know when and how Federal Employees will get vaccinated. The reenlisted rate in one branch of the military is sky high. And the COVID-19 relief checks are in the mail and being deposited directly.