Senator Gary Peters, D-Mich., questions Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing to examine Department of Homeland Security personnel deployments to recent protests on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, in Washington. (Toni Sandys/The Washington Post via AP, Pool)

New data proves some federal management laws do work

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee found agencies saved $450 million over the last two years through the Making Electronic…

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GSA’s coronavirus plan for federal offices needs ‘immediate action,’ IG warns

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After multiple delays, Connolly troubled by ‘apparent mishandling’ of employee viewpoint survey

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CIO reporting, working capital funds remain outliers in agency IT modernization progress

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State Dept. moves to phase two reopening in DC area amid workforce concerns

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FILE - In this Nov. 1, 2017, file photo, traffic along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington streaks past the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters building. Democrats are accusing President Donald Trump of self-dealing as the White House pushes Senate Republicans to include nearly $1.8 billion to rebuild the FBI headquarters in downtown Washington as part of a new coronavirus aid package. Democrats have long accused Trump of a conflict of interest over the FBI building, which sits across the street from a downtown hotel that Trump owns on Pennsylvania Avenue, blocks from the White House. The Trump International Hotel could face competition if the FBI moves from the current site and another hotel is developed on the property.  (AP Photo/J. David Ake)

Senate Republicans walk away from FBI headquarters funding in pandemic spending bill

The Trump administration’s request for $1.8 billion to build a new FBI headquarters in Washington D.C. in the latest coronavirus spending bill has lost…

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AFGE renews legal effort to secure hazard pay for frontline feds

In today’s Federal Newscast, the American Federation of Government Employees is making a renewed push in court to score hazard pay for federal employees…

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In this Feb. 5, 2016, photo, a mail clerk at the Wynne Unit of the Texas prison system makes her way through a box of letters for inmates in Huntsville, Texas. Every piece of mail is checked for contraband, like drugs hidden under stamps, or messages or words in correspondence that suggest violence or escape plans, as well as attempts by convicts to profit from some enterprise or business while behind bars. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

USPS reduces morning office time for letter carriers for ‘more consistent delivery’

The new initiative, which USPS says will “enhance customer service by providing more consistent delivery times,” will start Saturday at nearly 400 facilities.

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