In today’s Federal Newscast, Senators say the Office of Personnel Management has refused briefings on the topic of guiding the government through the pandemic.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Peace Corps Director Jody Olsen says the volunteers will receive a wellness stipend to help cover costs associated with the evacuations, including health care.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Senate looks to shore up its cyber defenses, and House leaders are weighing the options to have members cast votes away from Captol Hill.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Defense Secretary Mark Esper is directing that anyone on DoD property wear a cloth mask if they can’t consistently keep a six-foot social distance from other people.
Two small agencies have managed to hold their own on the Partnership for Public Service’s annual Best Places to Work rankings, even through government shutdowns, office moves and retirement waves.
Amid several years of steadily declining donations, the national capital region set of fundraising goal of $34 million for the 2019 Combined Federal Campaign.
An interim report from the Commission on Military, National and Public Service shows some reason to be optimistic about the future of federal service. Young Americans are interested in public service, but there are too many barriers to get involved, the commission said.
The National Science Foundation is looking to build a “market” for technology aimed at lowering the barriers for federal employees today to get the jobs of the future.
Steven Dillingham, the Trump administration’s pick to head up the Census Bureau, just 18 months out from the 2020 decennial count, faces the challenge of overseeing the first census that households can respond to online.
The organization’s 20th director started her service as a volunteer in Tunisia in the 1960s and said she hopes it can continue its mission while maintaining volunteers’ safety around the world.