The Justice Department gave agencies 180 days to provide an update on their progress toward making services and resources more accessible to individuals with limited English proficiency.
President Joe Biden picked 233 federal employees across 33 agencies as winners of the 2022 Presidential Rank Awards.
After implementing public feedback, the Office of Management and Budget published its final version of the governmentwide learning agenda.
Pam Coleman, OMB’s associate director of performance and personnel management, will step down from her position on Aug. 19 to pursue work in voting rights.
The Office of Management and Budget wants agencies to consider lessons learned from the pandemic in their upcoming office space plans.
With no mention of federal pay raise in the fiscal 2023 financial services and general government bill, House appropriators push forward the White House’s 4.6% proposal.
Agencies are expected to incorporate President's Management Agenda initiatives into their multi-year strategic planning, some of which, including the Commerce Department, had an easier time doing thanks to early insights from the Office of Management and Budget.
Getting information from a federal website or agency without difficulty is still not a reality for many Americans. USDA wants IT folks who can "speak" non-IT language.
New priorities from the Office of Personnel Management, aligned with the President’s Management Agenda, aim to help agencies fix workforce issues, use better data and recruit the next generation of federal employees.
The Biden administration's management agenda, which the White House built out with a lot of detail last week, focuses on just three things.
The Biden administration is putting its management vision for the federal government into greater focus.
On this episode, we talk with Acquisition experts Stan Soloway and Jason Knudsen on their ground-breaking report on the expanding use of Other Transaction Authority (OTAs) in the federal procurement market and then catch up with innovation leader Jim Cook on the recently released President’s Management Agenda (PMA) Learning Agenda.
In today's Federal Newscast, top Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are calling on the General Services Administration to terminate its lease for the Trump Hotel in downtown D.C.
In the annual passback document, Federal News Network has learned the Biden administration wants to give federal employees their biggest raise in 15 years.