In today’s Federal Newscast, after spending 2017 with low budgets, the head of the Coast Guard says his service is now punching at the middleweight class.
OPM is adding new employee regulations in line with the Administrative Leave Act of 2016.
The Trump administration is also considering a move of another Office of Personnel Management program, HR Solutions. Multiple sources say the administration wants to move HR Solutions to the General Services Administration.
The Office of Personnel Management stepped up its game in March, processing 13,262 retirement claims, the highest amount for a single month in years.
In today’s Federal Newscast, over 3,100 employees send a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai asking he cancel a Defense Department pilot program which uses the company’s technology.
The federal government has been reorganized many times under new presidential administrations, and not always for the better.
Feds would all be better off if they recognize the differences and the similarities between D.C. and field employees, but commentator Jeff Neal is not optimistic that will happen any time soon.
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Jeff Pon, the OPM director, said it’s time to stop trying to fix the civil service in an ad-hoc manner.
A recent hearing of the House Homeland Security and Oversight and Government Reform committees highlighted the importance of leadership to make progress with CDM.
After threatening a veto, the president signed the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending deal, ending the possibility of a government shutdown until September.
Wet roads and freezing overnight temperatures prompted the Office of Personnel Management to delay the opening of federal agencies in the D.C. area.
The Office of Personnel Management and local Federal Executive Boards are watching as temperatures drop Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.