In today's Federal Newscast, National Guard members on state duty can now unionize, thanks to a new Justice Department agreement.
Agencies and Congress saved more than half a trillion dollars over the past decade through the Government Accountability Office’s recommendations.
In today's Federal Newscast, the IRS saw the amount of money collected through enforcement mechanism drop significantly in fiscal 2020.
Could an overturn of Roe vs. Wade affect the federal workforce? WTOP Capitol Hill reporter Mitchell Miller explained on the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The IRS, in its request for information, is specifically looking for technology that “will perform a complete digital intake for all incoming mail,” including envelopes and their contents.
The IRS recently announced that they’re establishing a Taxpayer Experience Office to focus on improving the digital services the agency provides. As more of our interactions move online, the IRS recognizes the need to create an experience for taxpayers and businesses that is on par with what they’ve come to expect in their everyday lives.
If citizens can't escape death and taxes, the IRS can't seem to avoid yearly processing problems. Even as the this year's filing season ended, the IRS was dealing with millions of returns from last year, to say nothing of slow call centers and poor in-person service.
Federal leave and time off policies can get mighty complicated. At the IRS, both managers and line employees have had trouble sticking to procedures for family and medical leave act leave.
Ukraine and keeping aid flowing to that country, it's one of the few areas of bipartisan agreement on Capitol Hill.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Environmental Protection Agency is revising its onboarding process to reflect the pandemic's effects on the workplace.
Taking a cue from surgery, Defense Innovation Unit plans to use the train-the-trainers approach to expand expertise in a crucial government need
As people return to the office, the IRS may be a good bellwether.
While the Biden administration is asking for $773 billion for 2023, that number may not go as far as hoped. DoD says it finished up its planning for 2023 before inflation rates rose and before Russia invaded Ukraine causing oil prices to spike.
In today's Federal Newscast, a federal judge in Texas has blocked the Navy from enforcing its COVID vaccine mandate against nearly 4,000 sailors who’d filed religious exemptions.