Much of the federal workforce is teleworking during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Office of Personnel Management wants employees to brush up on the agency's early dismissal and closure policies as the winter season continues.
In today's Federal Newscast, the White House tells agencies to hold off on publishing any new rules until after President Biden’s appointees have had a chance to review them.
The Office of Personnel Management is putting a team in place to figure out how to move key services such as HR Solutions to GSA.
The federal workforce is more satisfied with some work-life programs than others, but employees who participated in these programs said they're more satisfied with their jobs.
OPM is encouraging agencies to think about how many people they'll need to accomplish their missions in the future — and how they can retrain their employees to take on new work.
Jeff Pon and Michael Rigas, the president's nominees to be director and deputy director for the Office of Personnel Management, will move on to the full Senate for a confirmation vote.
The Office of Personnel Management is instructing agencies to recredit lost time to federal employees' leave banks and pay overtime, night differential and premium pay as if the most recent three-day government shutdown never happened.
OPM issues new guidance for agencies to comply with the president's executive order rescinding the National Council on Federal Labor-Management Relations and related forums.
The Trump administration's push to reorganize government and reshape the federal workforce is prompting agencies to think about the work they do and the skills their current employees will need to accomplish it.
The Office of Personnel Management authorized a special Schedule A hiring authority to help agencies bring on specific professionals for their IT modernization and "smarter IT delivery initiative" projects. The authority expires Sept. 30, 2018.
In a special report, "Is splitting the security clearance process destined for failure?" Federal News Radio explores how a small provision in the 2018 defense authorization bill could have major repercussions on the background investigations backlog and could put the future of the National Background Investigations Bureau in question.
OPM's Hispanic Council is considering whether a new executive order would put more pressure on the president and cabinet agencies to improve diverse recruitment and retention.
The latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results show higher overall employee engagement across the government in 2017.
Some key changes are coming to the Combined Federal Campaign in 2017, including online donations and the ability for retirees to give.