While the intent of the Hatch Act provisions restricting federal workers may be sound, the result is, in effect, muzzling many federal workers and depriving them of their First Amendment rights
Recent news about the Office of Special Counsel citing Kellyanne Conway for violating the Hatch Act is raising questions among federal workers.
In today’s Federal Newscast, President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week directing federal agencies to cut at least one-third of all federal advisory committees.
The Office of Special Counsel surprised the federal community with last week’s recommendation that White House aide Kellyanne Conway get canned.
Conway’s violations are unprecedented in degree and attitude.
A federal watchdog agency is recommending that President Donald Trump fire one of his most ardent defenders, counselor Kellyanne Conway, for repeatedly violating a law that limits political activity by government workers
Federal Freedom of Information Act offices saw a record number of information requests in fiscal 2016, an accomplishment that highlights the need to be able to efficiently and effectively serve stakeholder and citizens.
The Office of Government Ethics is calling on the White House to investigate comments made by presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway, and whether she broke an ethics law. OGE is also reviewing Conway’s comments, per the request of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Two Democrat senators are prodding the White House for more information on the private email accounts used by Trump administration senior officials.