Trump administration proposes merging the education and labor departments as part of a broader government overhaul plan
The administration also proposes moving OPM’s current retirement services and health care and insurance offices to the General Services Administration, which would be renamed the “Government Services Agency.”
DHS has no trouble attracting job applications and in some ways it has too many. But Chief Human Capital Officer Angela Bailey is working to change where and how the agency recruits.
The Trump administration may move several functions, including federal employee health and retirement benefits programs, from the Office of Personnel Management to other agencies.
Due to delays from OPM and The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), many agencies reported insufficient and incomplete cybersecurity assessments, resulting in unreliable data.
Obits can help you figure out how much money you are going to need for the years, maybe decades, after your regular paycheck stops. But your urge to live, have fun, travel, etc. continues.
More than a quarter of senators say they’re concerned about the Office of Personnel Management’s four legislative proposals to change federal retirement.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department publishes the ratings of its 130 community living centers.
The National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) is leading a coalition of 13 unions in another lawsuit against the president’s recent workforce executive orders.
The Interior Department’s IG reported two of the nation’s largest hydropower dams are at risk from insider threats.
The White House is encouraging agencies to grant their employees in the Washington, D.C. area up to two hours of administrative leave to attend Tuesday’s victory parade.
Congress once again is considering higher Voluntary Separation Incentive Payments (VSIPs) for civilian federal employees.
The success of the new President’s Management Agenda hinges on the Trump administration’s ability to modernize the federal workforce, the Office of Management and Budget says.
About 9.1 percent fewer retirement claims were received in May than the month before and nearly 26.4 percent fewer retirement claims processed last month than in April, according to the Office of Personnel Management.