Siloed teams, inefficient legacy systems, massive amounts of data and unique customer needs await any agency embarking on the journey.
Rebuilding the federal workforce -- and the Office of Personnel Management itself -- is the top priority for the agency's new director, Kiran Ahuja.
One of the clearest distinctions that OPM addresses is the difference in telework and remote work. As OPM makes clear, they are completely different and choosing one or the other has significant implications for agencies and workers.
The House minibus includes a silent endorsement of the president's proposed federal pay raise for civilian employees in 2022. The Senate hasn't introduced spending bills yet for 2022.
In today's Federal Newscast, agencies spent billions on urgent COVID-related contracts, but they neglected to report some important award information.
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.
Alma Cole, the chief information security officer for the Customs and Border Protection directorate in the Department of Homeland Security, is leaving to join Caterpillar, a global information services company, as the deputy CISO.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Labor will offer virtual seminars throughout August to prepare for federal contract minimum wage increases.
The Office of Personnel Management, as it plans to “sprint toward the cloud,” has selected its provider in order to, on two fronts, shed its legacy data center and legacy network.
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.
As agencies put the final touches on their reentry and post-pandemic workforce plans, they face new questions about old travel and locality pay policies.
In today's Federal Newscast: This summer's Post Office rate increases are expected to decrease business and make more money, and the U.S. Fleet Forces Command has a new leader.
Mass telework occurred overnight. But policies for post-pandemic telework could take months longer.
The Office of Personnel Management is developing an assessment tool for agencies, designed to help them evaluate the current state of their diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility efforts. Those reviews are a key part of the Biden administration's recent diversity and inclusion executive order.