The Office of Personnel Management is the object of a long list of reform recommendations from the National Academy of Public Administration. What Congress will do with them is anyone's guess.
As agencies eye return-to-work strategies, the Office of Personnel Management is planning new guidance on telework and remote work for a post-pandemic world.
Transforming the Office of Personnel Management is far more than throwing money at it and hiring more people. It also requires a change in mindset at the agency.
The Office of Personnel Management isn't going anywhere any time soon, but after the National Academy of Public Administration's 114-page report, it's still an open question where the agency heads next.
Will NAPA's recommendations for OPM melt like a snowball on a hot Capitol plaza?
The National Academy of Public Administration's highly anticipated report to Congress on the future of the Office of Personnel Management is finally out. For the details, NAPA president and CEO Terry Gerton.
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.
In today's Federal Newscast, the District of Columbia will open up vaccine eligibility to essential employees at federal agencies in the area starting April 12th.
One agency warned retirees could wait as long as six months for an initial interim payment and up to a year for a full annuity. The National Finance Center said it plans to return to its goal of processing retirements cases within 30 days by the end of the month.
The Office of Personnel Management will reopen the Combined Federal Campaign for a special 30-day window. The agency said it give federal employees time to donate to the charities supporting victims of the winter storms in Texas last month.
Clare Martorana, the current chief information officer for the Office of Personnel Management, is the new Federal CIO.
Agencies that implemented policies from President Trump's 2018 workforce orders should work with federal unions to write new bargaining provisions, the Office of Personnel Management said Friday. OPM offered up more directions on how agencies should respond to a January executive order from the Biden administration that rescinded Trump's policies.
In today's Federal Newscast, in one of her first moves as Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm is reviving one of the agency's largest loan programs for clean energy.
The number of federal employees that retired in 2020 was the lowest in nearly 10 years. The results of an anonymous survey shows the pandemic and telework have played a role in delaying retirement for some. For others, it's changed their views of their jobs.