Safety protocols would allow up to 80% on-site, but there's no rush to recall remote employees.
Draft guidelines will detail how agencies will remove college-degree requirements and emphasize skill assessments.
Despite opposition in Congress and skepticism from employee unions, the administration is going ahead with a mandatory tax deferral scheme for federal employees and the uniformed military.
John Gibbs, the HUD official selected to lead the Office of Personnel Management, wasn't pressed by lawmakers on a history of controversial tweets of conspiracy theories and calling the Democrats the party of Islam.
The long-delayed Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey will kick off on Sept. 14.
Rep. Mac Thornberry, the House Armed Services Committee's ranking member, said the November elections could hold up negotiations over key provisions in the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act.
Lawmakers are concerned about potential consequences of a mandatory tax deferral being rolled out by the Trump administration.
The National Guard is taking its annual Cyber Shield training exercise virtual due to COVID-19 with a spotlight on information operations.
Each mission environment has distinct needs and resources that don’t always fit into a “one-size-fits-all” solution.
The Office of Management and Budget develops another technology reskilling pilot aimed at fostering data science talent.
The planned furloughs of more than 13,000 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees set for Aug. 30 have been called off, the agency announced today.
The Government Accountability Office is sticking to its guns on its legal opinion that states that top officials at the Department Homeland Security were elevated in violation of federal law.
As the pandemic increases the need for online learning, the Defense Department's chief management officer pushes change.
Without an extension to the legislation that compensates federal contractors unable to work because of pandemic-related facility closures, more people would lose their jobs, more companies could fold and the government could lose access to highly experienced and skilled members of their workforce who are critical to supporting national security, defense and other federal mission areas.
Top acting officials at DHS were appointed without regard for laws in place governing agency succession, according to a Government Accountability Office legal opinion.