OPM allowed each federal agency to decide how it would deal with the ongoing Metro Safetrack maintenance plan. Here's how they've responded.
Maybe you should look into Capital Bikeshare to get to work. Or paddling the Potomac.
OPM acting Director Beth Cobert gives agencies initial guidance to deal with the impending closures of the Washington, D.C. area subway system. In the memo, OPM recommended agencies review and expand flexible workplace policies.
Do you spend more time getting to work than actually being at work? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says being late every day may be the new normal.
Federal News Radio reporters Meredith Somers and Nicole Ogrysko join host Mike Causey on this week's Your Turn to discuss changes in commuter benefits and how the 2017 GOP budget proposal would affect feds. March 30, 2016
Hundreds of federal employees say their agencies provided them with at least some information on changes in commuter benefits. In an exclusive Federal News Radio survey, government workers said that information varied widely when it came to when and what their agency said, and whether employees would receive the benefits at all.
Federal News Radio wants to know if your agency is telling you about the change in benefits, and if so, if you’ve had any problems applying for those benefits.
Was last week's Metrorail shutdown necessary? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says some of its most important customers, federal workers, say their colleagues need a little cheese with their whine.
OPM made the right call this week when Metrorail was closed down for the day. Certainly not the popular call, but the one that was the right business decision for the taxpayers.
AFGE President J. David Cox says it's unfair that employees were forced to use vacation or other leave days if they were unable to get to work because of the Metro shutdown.
Metro's shutdown yesterday underscores why Washington is known as the city of the worried well. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains why and how we got that handle.
As agencies with crucial missions stumble out of mistakes, don't forget to celebrate the small victories.
By MEREDITH SOMERS Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional leaders said Friday that an electrical malfunction that filled a Metro tunnel with smoke last month, killing one person and injuring dozens, should be a wakeup…
The Federal Transit Administration now has the authority to set safety standards under the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act or MAP-21.