The U. S. Postal Service did everything right in 2016. It focused on growing its biggest areas of business while still making improvements across the board.
The Senate 2019 defense authorization bill gives the services more flexibility in promoting officers.
Federal News Radio took to social media to share with you how the federal agencies are honoring those who have fallen for Memorial Day
Less than a month into his new role, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is walking back concerns that the Trump administration would once again seek to cut the agency’s budget by nearly 30 percent.
The Office of Personnel Management already has its first blockchain prototype for part of its new Employee Digital Record system, and it’s performing better than expected.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new proposal rolls back what the White House deems over-regulation of the commercial space launch industry.
Jeff Neal, senior vice president at ICF and former CHCO at the Homeland Security Department, says its time to fix the broken merit system hiring process.
Majority members on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee conducted their own study of agency official time use in attempt to get better data but still found messy and confusing agency reports.
The Air Force is being careful in who it kicks out of the service, even if the airman hasn’t been deployable for a year or more.
On this episode of Women of Washington, Shelley Finlayson joins host Gigi Schumm to talk about her current role as Chief of Staff at the Office of Government Ethics and how she found her place in the federal workforce.
OFPP and the U.S. Digital Service unveil the new core-plus certification in Contracting for Digital Service to help agencies improve how they buy cloud, agile and other technologies.
The survey is being administered as a census and includes a pair of pilot programs designed to improve the survey in future years.
The federal government remains on a hot streak in meeting its small business contracting goals.
Between last week’s OPM report and this week’s congressional hearing, feds may have some questions about official time. Federal News Radio wants to answer them.
A new governmentwide survey found OPM can do more to improve the accessibility, adequacy and effectiveness of supervisors’ training.