Rebuilding the federal workforce -- and the Office of Personnel Management itself -- is the top priority for the agency's new director, Kiran Ahuja.
The Office of Personnel Management issued extensive guidance on Friday designed to help agencies make decisions about future telework and remote work policies. Here are seven takeaways and highlights.
The staff, budget and administrative resources that supported the Chief Human Capital Officers Council moved from the Office of Personnel Management to the General Services Administration back in 2019. Those functions will return to OPM, and CHCOs are reviewing ways to modernize and recharter the council.
The executive order, which President Joe Biden signed Friday, addresses everything from unpaid federal internships and pay equity for members of underserved communities to diversity and inclusion training and gender-neutral pronouns.
Vice President Kamala Harris broke a 50-50 tie Tuesday to confirm Kiran Ahuja as the new Office of Personnel Management director.
The Office of Personnel Management named a new chief management officer and has several senior leadership positions open, as it reorganizes some of its offices and rebrands its diversity and inclusion program.
OPM has been without a permanent leader since President Donald Trump’s last OPM director resigned in March 2019 after only six months on the job.
No Republicans voted to advance the nomination of Kiran Ahuja, the president's choice to lead the Office of Personnel Management, to the full Senate.
More parts of the Biden administration's agenda could come into sharper focus after President Biden's address to joint session of congress.
In today's Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration has a goal using renewable electricity for the entire federal real estate portfolio by 2025
Kiran Ahuja, the president's nominee to lead the Office of Personnel Management, said the agency isn't making progress on its biggest challenges, in large part, because of leadership turnover.
After a year-long study, the National Academy of Public Administration offered up 23 recommendations on how Congress and the new administration could restructure, strengthen and refocus the Office of Personnel Management as the principal, independent human capital agency in the federal government.
The Biden administration tapped Kiran Ahuja, a former chief of staff at the agency, to lead the Office of Personnel Management. If confirmed, she'll have several tough challenges on her plate.
In today's Federal Newscast, officials at the Justice Department are sending a warning to government contractors, they will be turning up the False Claims heat on cybersecurity fraud.