The Veterans Benefits Administration is reverting to previous performance management guidelines, which the American Federation of Government Employees says it too “chaotic.”
In today’s Federal Newscast on Federal News Radio, the House Armed Services Committee kills a proposal aimed at exposing more details about government officials’ travel on military aircraft.
Emily Murphy, the administrator of GSA, explains how her agency continues to live up to its founding principles through shared services.
Officials from the Homeland Security Department tell lawmakers the agency is working across government to figure out consequences for not following the binding operational directive.
The Government Accountability Office has been tracking fragmented, duplicate or overlapping federal goals and activities since 2011.
In today’s Federal Newscast, agencies must give employees a chance to respond to the adverse action findings before including the incident in a permanent record.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a policy update from the U.S. Postal Service emphasized its preference for so-called clustered box units in new housing developments, instead of door-to-door.
The Office of Special Counsel is investigating whether the Environmental Protection Agency violated the Hatch Act over a politically charged tweet sent last month.
OMB announced the comments could not be located in response to a public records request.
As the Census Bureau conducts its field test for the 2020 population count in Providence County, Rhode Island, Congress remains worried the project is falling behind schedule and over budget.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report from the Energy Department’s Inspector General finds the agency’s Chief Financial Officer moved too much money over to the Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability account.
At the Homeland Security Department, the National Cybersecurity Protection System hasn’t met all of its objectives for intrusion detection and information sharing.
Former Census Director Robert Groves tells Federal News Radio’s Jory Heckman on Federal Drive with Tom Temin how the Census Bureau can make the best use of that new technology.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel found that FCC Commissioner Michael O’Reilly violated the Hatch Act stumping for conservative candidates during a speech.