(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)Tom Vilsack, Joe Biden

USDA launches agencywide review to explore telework, fully virtual options after pandemic

The department has also formally rescinded its 2018 telework policy and adopted a temporary one, which Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said will give…

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USDA will loosen its telework policy, consider new remote work options

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Top Biden administration officials promise to rebuild, set new tone with federal workforce

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Vilsack confirmed for 2nd stint as US agriculture secretary

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Biden taps Rice as domestic policy adviser, McDonough for VA

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How a White House call sparked a Best Places to Work turnaround for USDA

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Navy launches Green Fleet partly powered by biofuel

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Employees drive USDA culture change that leads to $1.4B in savings

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Agencies rev up for 2014 Feds Feed Families food drive

June 1 marks the start of the sixth annual Feds Feed Families event where federal employees donate food items and their time to help the hungry. Last year’s…

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USDA says furloughs not expected

Furloughs at the Agriculture Department are looking increasingly unlikely following Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack’s request to shift funding and the…

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USDA fighting discrimination legacy with more training, accountability

The Agriculture Department is addressing long-
standing discrimination claims by
minorities and women with better workforce
training, more accountability and
a deeper look at its data. USDA Secretary Tom
Vilsack shares with The Federal Drives recent
efforts to address the agency’s shaky civil
rights history.

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