The U.S. Postal Service delivers your mail and packages. And depending on the outcome of pending negotiations, your neighborhood letter carrier could also be your local census-taker.
The Census Bureau is in the home stretch of preparations for the 2020 count. But for more than half a year, the agency has lacked a permanent leader.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld a decision from the Merit Systems Protection Board, which said the Veterans Affairs Department could put one of its indicted employees could be put on indefinite suspension.
To compete, the government has an array of incentives to attract highly trained or specialized people. But are they used enough?
President Donald Trump pressed familiar arguments against his Justice Department on Tuesday, accusing it of being part of the “deep state” and urging prosecution against a top aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and others.
Small office within U.S. Northern Command is diving deeper into digital mapping and other information-related capabilities.
As the Defense Department begins preparations in 2018 to process nearly 80 percent of all federal security clearances, the Government Accountability Office paints a messy picture of the governmentwide effort to improve quality and timeliness for background investigations.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) sent a letter to Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget, requesting copies of each agency’s reorganization proposal by Jan. 3.
A new president kept the federal workforce on its toes this year. Bureauchat hosts Meredith Somers and Nicole Ogrysko discuss the most important stories they covered in 2017.
The White House is temporarily removing a petition tool from its website after months of silence, promising to respond to public concerns next year.
Policy experts say CBP needs to implement major border patrol discipline and performance improvements before increasing its workforce.
The report highlights four steps IGs must take if they want to embrace a changing government.
Agencies offered special payment authorities, such as retention incentives or student loan repayments, to less than 6 percent of the federal workforce between fiscal 2014 and 2016, according to a new study from the Government Accountability Office.
In the technology industry sector, women and some minorities don’t appear to be participating in the growth in oversight of discrimination.