The White House is encouraging agencies to grant their employees in the Washington, D.C. area up to two hours of administrative leave to attend Tuesday’s victory parade.
Wet roads and freezing overnight temperatures prompted the Office of Personnel Management to delay the opening of federal agencies in the D.C. area.
The Office of Personnel Management and local Federal Executive Boards are watching as temperatures drop Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has a few questions about some recent top news stories.
With snow in the forecast on Wednesday, federal employees in the national capital region are waiting to hear more details about the government’s operating status.
Federal News Radio correspondents Nicole Ogrysko, Eric White, Jory Heckman and David Thornton join host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn to talk about the hottest topics on their beats and what may be ahead for active and retired feds. March 21, 2018
Most of the Washington, D.C., region is under a dangerous weather alert, which has forced the closure of all federal offices.
The Office of Personnel Management announced its decision this morning to delay the opening of federal offices as well as let employees take unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
The Office of Personnel Management says it’s monitoring the weather situation for Washington, D.C. federal offices.
With a dusting of snow on the ground Thursday morning, OPM issued a 2-hour delay for metro Washington, which has about 14 percent of the total civilian federal workforce.