Despite their factions, Democrats and Republicans appear unified in their disdain for the latest Farm Bill.
Since December suppliers to the Department of Defense have faced new cybersecurity requirements — at least those who know it.
The office of the undersecretary for personnel and readiness has five Senate-confirmable positions and up until now, Robert Wilkie’s seat was the only one the Trump administration had managed to fill.
The White House management agenda, which would trim take-home pay and eliminate inflation protection for retirees, could help union leaders recruit from workforce that has shifted.
In today’s Federal Newscast, following a request from congressional regulators, the State Department’s inspector general is looking into whether personnel moves at the agency were politically motivated.
Angela Styles, partner at Bracewell LLP, Jonathan Aronie, partner at Sheppard Mullin LLP, and Jon Etherton, president of Etherton & Associates, Inc., join host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the GSA’s Section 846 Implementation Plan. May 22, 2018
From fitness centers to cyber issues, these amendments within the House NDAA are likely to grab some attention.
Roslyn Layton is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and argued against the pattern of inconsistency.
The Professional Managers Association is telling fed-postal-retirees to stay alert as federal retirement contribution changes are proposed by the Trump administration.
Gina Haspel becomes the new director of the CIA after the Senate voted to confirm her
The debate over official time may heat up again, as the Trump administration continues to suggest changes to the current civil service system.
Lawmakers sidelined facilities and questioned EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt about reports of unethical conduct. They also pressed FBI Director Christopher Wray about plans for a new headquarters.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee passed the MISSION Act, which provides more support for existing Veterans Affairs Department programs while also enacting some new ones.
Federal management leaders in the Trump administration say they’re optimistic they can lead a bipartisan, inclusive discussion about its plan to modernize the federal workforce.