Dozens of agencies are employing einterns through a similar approach the State Department is using with its Virtual Student Federal Service.
The federal family of working civil servants, retirees, spouses, friends and family is old enough to vote, and with many good reasons to vote.
A poll by the American Psychological Association says morale at federal offices is bad and getting worse. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wants to know what it’s like in your office.
Agencies were scored for how easy it is to find and use email records, established email policies, and employee training. Agencies were also scored on whether there is a low, medium or high risk of not managing email effectively.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wants to know what it’s really like for federal employees in the midst of this presidential transition.
Had Hillary Clinton won, you in the federal government and we who cover it would have had a fairly clear picture of what would have come next. With Trump, no one can honestly say.
Donald Trump claimed his place Wednesday as America’s 45th president, an astonishing victory for the celebrity businessman and political novice, having scored a stunning victory backed by extraordinary support from working-class America.
The last four administrations have recognized the need for constant improvement of the citizen experience. They’ve devoted people and serious policy-making to cause it to happen.
Election Day can be a whirlwind of campaign signs, crowded polling sites and an avalanche of social media posts. To help cut through the chaos, here’s Federal News Radio’s roundup of congressional races, presidential platforms and Hatch Act reminders.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks: What happens to federal workers’ Thrift Savings Plan accounts if you-know-who-wins the election?