In today’s Federal Newscast, a bill that would limit the authority agencies have to give bonuses to bad-behaving federal employees has cleared its first congressional step.
President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey could thrust the law enforcement agency and its workforce in to an uncomfortable political arena — one that could alter internal and external perceptions of a heretofore non-partisan organization.
Federal agency leaders report President Trump’s order to plan for reorganization has resulted in low morale and has had a negative impact on their ability to fulfill their agency’s mission. But a survey of more than 600 of those leaders indicates most do not plan to leave their agencies or alter their dedication to the mission.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, two senior Republican lawmakers have called for reassurances from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that is not interfering with its employees’ communications with members of Congress.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney has echoed the sentiment of President Donald Trump on the possibility of a government shutdown this week.
Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite is on a mission to drive the U.S. Corps of Engineers toward more collaboration and opportunities by taking care of national security, energizing the economy, and reducing disaster risk.
Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) warns the Trump administration not to repeal the law against banned interrogation techniques.
The Defense Department and Veterans Administration tell Congress their still working out the bugs at their joint health care facility in Chicago.
The government’s top ethics official says President Trump still hasn’t provided sufficient documentation of his plan to divest his business holdings.
The White House has issued a government-wide order immediately freezing regulations until the new administration can review them.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, American Federation of Government Employees President J. David Cox urges Donald Trump to reconsider his plans to cut federal jobs.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, after a 16-year battle, the federal government has agreed to pay a $24 million settlement in a discrimination case against the Secret Service.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission releases guidance for agencies to consider to ensure fair discrimination hearings and appeals.
The Secret Service has taken significant, wide-ranging and important actions to transform the way it does business, according to recent study.
The technology industry wants to transform the federal IT market that brings about new ways to fund, develop, procure, deliver, manage and sustain innovative technology solutions.