The National Park Service celebrates its centennial by going international and promoting itself.
After threatening a veto, the president signed the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending deal, ending the possibility of a government shutdown until September.
Bob Tobias of the Key Executive Leadership Program at American University shared his predictions about the AFGE’s grievance against the plan.
The $1.3 trillion omnibus spending package includes all 12 appropriations bills and conforms to the new, higher spending caps set in the 2018 Bipartisan Budget Act.
When is the last time you had coffee with a colleague or dressed as in putting on real clothes for the office? It might be a long time if you’re a regular teleworker.
Wet roads and freezing overnight temperatures prompted the Office of Personnel Management to delay the opening of federal agencies in the D.C. area.
The Office of Personnel Management and local Federal Executive Boards are watching as temperatures drop Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.
Under Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly is assuming the role of chief management officer, and staffing the office with industry experts to foster public-private cooperation.
Artificial intelligence will change how citizens and government interact, and how government employees interact with their own agencies.
In today’s Federal Newscast, three years after OPM’s data breach, members of the House Oversight Committee say the agency still hasn’t done much to modernize its IT.
The Office of Personnel Management decides not to open federal offices, as a winter snowstorm moves through the Washington, D.C. area.
With snow in the forecast on Wednesday, federal employees in the national capital region are waiting to hear more details about the government’s operating status.
The President’s Management Agenda describes 14 cross-agency priority goals that the Trump administration will focus on in the coming years.
The “Holman Rule” lets members of Congress make changes to a federal employee’s salary or position without input from the appropriations committee — or the employee or its agency.
As this year’s fifth continuing resolution nears its Friday deadline, relations on Capitol Hill look about as frosty as the incoming weather.