In today’s Federal Newscast, agencies must give employees a chance to respond to the adverse action findings before including the incident in a permanent record.
Virginia Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner join a handful of federal employee organizations to advocate for a quick fix to a complex issue buried in the new tax act that’s having unintended and harmful consequences for some federal employees.
The Interior Department didn’t document a plan, cost estimate or reasoning to offer reassignments to 35 members of the Senior Executive Service, the agency’s inspector general said.
Federal employee groups are encouraging fast action from the General Services Administration to quickly update tax regulations and write new guidance on tax deductible moving and travel expenses.
What does the Senior Executives Association think about President Donald Trump’s plans to reform the civil service system? Find out when SEA President Bill Valdez joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. April 4, 2018
As the Trump administration plans major changes to the current hiring and firing systems, federal experts say government can’t solve without addressing the other.
The President’s Management Agenda describes 14 cross-agency priority goals that the Trump administration will focus on in the coming years.
The Senate on Wednesday night confirmed both Jeff Pon and Michael Rigas to serve as director and deputy director for the Office of Personnel Management.
The Trump administration is also suggesting policy changes to the federal hiring process, the requirements that govern the Senior Executive Service.
On this week’s FEDtalk, host Ben Carnes will be joined by Senior Executives Association (SEA) President Bill Valdez and Federal Times’ Jessie Bur to discuss current challenges (as well as current opportunities) facing federal leaders.
February 9, 2018