The Social Security Administration came out last or nearly last in nearly every measure in the recent pulse survey that came out from the Office of Management and Budget.
Several agencies have embarked on digital identity verification projects in recent years, with some looking to now leverage each other’s work.
With all the scores hovering around average, what does the new federal employee Pulse Survey really say?
The Social Security Administration has reached an agreement with its three unions on office reentry plans.
SSA and the Association of Administrative Law Judges reached an agreement this week to resume in-person disability as soon as May 4, while continuing to hold virtual video and phone hearings.
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The top 10 Ask the CIO shows in 2021 demonstrate how the program has evolved over the last 14 years.
In today's Federal Newscast, auditors for the Department of Veterans Affairs say the data Veterans Affairs is using to measure its capacity to provide specialty health care might not be accurate.
Of the agency reentry plans that Federal News Network recently reviewed, it's mostly managers and supervisors who appear primed to return to the office, at least for a day or two a week, in early January.
About 6,800 Social Security Administration employees were eligible for early-retirement offers, the agency said. Employees must leave the agency by Dec. 31.
The Government Accountability Office found the Social Security Administration needs to shore up its oversight of state medical experts responsible for making disability determinations, some staff and some contracted.
The Social Security Administration would have to implement a hiring freeze, while funds for defense and cybersecurity programs would be misaligned if Congress enacted a full-year continuing resolution for the rest of fiscal 2022, the Office of Management and Budget said.
Senior leadership at the Social Security Administration will return to the office starting Dec. 1. The rest of the workforce will begin returning to their SSA offices starting Jan. 3. Telework will remain for many employees, at least during an initial six-month evaluation period, according to the SSA reentry plan.
In today's Federal Newscast: A federal appeals court is fast-tracking a legal challenge to the president's vaccine mandate for large, private employers. Hundreds of millions of dollars are headed toward IT modernization. The Secretary of State has named two top diplomats to lead efforts to deal with Havana Syndrome.