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In what has become tradition in recent years, a bicameral pair of Democrats proposed a bill to give most civilian federal employees an 8.7% pay raise in 2024.
Explaining the history of locality pay and how it affects federal employees on the General Schedule.
In today's Federal Newscast: The President tries again, 14 months later, to get Gigi Sohn on the FCC. Awash in scandal, Congress calls for more oversight of privatized military housing. And Senators Carper and Collins insist Postmaster General DeJoy formulate a new recruiting and retention plan, as delivery delays persist.
President Joe Biden has signed a $1.7 trillion bill funding government operations through September 2023, the end of the federal budget year.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Dec. 23 to make the average 4.6% federal pay raise official for civilian employees. But the exact raise you get depends on where you work.
Congress released the text of a massive government spending package for fiscal 2023, which includes an increase of $42.5 billion in non-defense spending and an increase of $76 billion in defense spending over enacted 2022 levels. But just a few days remain to pass the legislation and avoid either a government shutdown or another continuing resolution.
The president in Arizona missed a chance to mark on the importance of microelectronics leadership.
Within the last year, President Biden signed an executive order designed to establish the federal government as a leader in sustainability, vowing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across government operations and invest in clean energy.
New regulations from the Office of Personnel Management will officially repeal several workforce policies that the Trump administration finalized in 2020.
Like most of the public, federal employees stand by and watch as presidential administrations come and go. Every president is flawed, but they have varying degrees of success in office. Success is highly influenced by how carefully presidents prepare for their transitions to office.
OMB releases new deadlines and guidance for agencies to prepare for quantum computers capable of breaking current encryption techniques.
President Joe Biden picked 233 federal employees across 33 agencies as winners of the 2022 Presidential Rank Awards.
President Biden recently appointed four new members to the 10-member council of the Administrative Conference of the United States.
A new U.S. defense strategy says China remains the greatest security challenge for the United States despite Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine. It says the threat from Beijing will determine how the U.S. military is equipped and shaped for a future. Pentagon notes a new reality, where the security environment has deteriorated, and the U.S. may face a situation where it has to deter two nuclear-armed adversaries, China and Russia, simultaneously. The 80-page, unclassified report was released on Thursday.