In today's Federal Newscast, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee has questions about his fellow Democrat’s choice to lead the Pentagon.
A coalition of good-government groups has focused on the Trump administration plan for policy-related career jobs known as Schedule F. They feel it represents a general alienation of the federal workforce.
In today's Federal Newscast, a group of Senate Democrats want to know how the Department of Veterans Affairs is planning to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine to veterans and employees.
Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.), ranking member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, introduced new legislation Wednesday that would simply nullify the president's recent Schedule F executive order. The bill has more than 35 cosponsors.
Yeah, things will change, but you'll still work in the same old bureaucracy.
Commentator Jeff Neal lays out 5 Trump administration executive orders for the civil service that he thinks should be high on the list to be canceled immediately by the Biden administration.
Don Kettl, a professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, offered his take on the most important administrative and governance topics ahead.
Federal unions, many good government groups and much of the media have attacked President Trump's proposal to make it easy to fire hundreds --if not thousands--of career feds now protected by civil service rules.
The debate over the Trump administration's order to create a new civil service Schedule F - most of it has focused on the effects on career employees. But what about the public?
Depending on how things go, career federal workers will have either a couple of days at most — or maybe at least the next four years — to worry about possible changes in their job security.
In an email to the workforce, acting Office of Personnel Management Director Michael Rigas told staff the administration would no longer devote "time and energy" to the proposed merger with the General Services Administration.
Condemnation of the Trump administration executive order creating a new, excepted service F has been nearly universal. But some experts think it's overdue.
House Democrats are demanding the Trump administration immediately stop implementing the president's Schedule F executive order until they can determine the EO's full impact on the career federal workforce.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Oversight.gov Authorization Act would formally require the upkeep of the website where users can access all public reports released by agency IGs.