In today's Federal Newscast, activist group asks the Senate Rules Committee and House Administration Committee to force the Capitol Police to publish inspector general reports online.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Pentagon is taking new precautions against Omicron. Postal Service leadership is advising employees to be careful about online activity. And the Federal Managers Association chimes in about the NDAA.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Defense Authorization Bill has been signed; We'll tell you about a few changes. Still on the Pentagon's Circumspect List: China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea. And in COVID news, more sailors test positive, while 66 more marines are fired.
The improved performance is a positive sign for USPS management. However, the latest COVID-19 quarantine figures indicate USPS will continue to contend with employee availability issues well into 2022.
In today's Federal Newscast, service members facing job loss after returning from deployment will see a renewed focus from two of their most staunch defenders.
The Postal Service went through “extraordinary measures” to deliver mail-in ballots to voters and election boards on time in fall 2020. Now it’s agreed to continue with those practices for federal elections through at least 2028.
Two senators remain concerned these agencies haven’t done more to tighten the flow of drugs, such as fentanyl, from coming into the United States, despite championing legislation that gives them the tools to do so.
In today's Federal Newscast, you can add water issues at federal properties to the list of unforeseen consequences from the lockdown.
A three-judge panel with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit found the Postal Regulatory Commission struck a careful balance last year when it allowed USPS to set mail rates higher than the pace of inflation.
Biden on Friday announced his intention to name former head of the General Services Administration Dan Tangherlini and Derek Kan, a former deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, to the board.
Postal Regulatory Commission Chairman Michael Kubayanda told senators that the board would work with the CDO to make more USPS performance data more readily available to the public and available in machine-readable formats.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense authorization bill has been stalled amid infrastructure and reconciliation talks, but the must-pass legislation could see some movement soon.
But union officials, members of the public and USPS officials are pushing back on the direction of USPS leadership.
The Office of Inspector General took a detailed look at how employees view the Postal Service as employees. Priscilla Lee is a research analyst with the OIG and talked about the findings on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.