Amid a sudden surge of interest, the Office of Personnel Management has given federal employees a refresher on what they can and cannot do under the Hatch Act.
@WhiteHouse has put out more than 27,000 tweets to 12.1 million followers. Soon that account will get a restart.
Defense-minded voters have been left with relatively little to go on as the nation nears the end of a presidential campaign that’s included only scant discussion of military issues.
What might a Trump administration look like for federal managers? What would another Clinton in the Executive Office mean? Regardless of who wins the presidential election, by Nov. 9 the government workforce needs to be ready to go in any direction.
The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association released its voting scorecard for the 114th Congress. The scorecard includes a breakdown of votes from each congressional member and how they stacked up to NARFE’s position on various legislation impacting the federal workforce.
By coincidence, yesterday the FBI issued one very clear picture of the United States — its annual report on crime.
Hillary Clinton seems to have a real love of policy detail. Donald Trump is more of a broad-brush painter.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, the White House releases this year’s Federal Agency Strategic Sustainability Plans, providing a snapshot of the progress agencies have made becoming more environmentally friendly.
DoD would focus on sustainment costs if is has a chance to release another version of Better Buying Power.
Former government officials and veterans of the presidential transition process told Federal News Radio there’s been a drive within the transition teams to build on the achievements of the previous effort between the George W. Bush and Obama administrations in 2008-09.