Letting new parents take time off would alleviate coronavirus-related concerns, members stated in a May 8 letter to leadership.
A bill from Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) would make sure that feds won't forfeit unused annual leave.
A new report sets an ambitious goal of revising the public sector workforce by 2031, but engagement remains a sticking point.
The move comes as administrative law judges for the Social Security Administration sue the Federal Services Impasse Panel over their contract rulings.
Survivor benefits and health insurance premiums are expected to be covered in future legislation.
The executive order declaring meat processing plants as critical infrastructure means that federal food inspectors must visit plants that had been closed by their owners for safety reasons.
Democratic lawmakers are seeking aid to help state and local governments retain workers and avoid layoffs in the next relief bill aimed at alleviating the economic toll that the coronavirus pandemic has had upon the U.S. economy.
A House bill lands as a veterans group steps up efforts to lobby the military and the White House against investment in Chinese defense firms.
Bill Zielinski, who had been the face of the agency's next-generation, $50 billion telecommunications contract, is leaving to become a municipal CIO.
The tax agency is putting distancing measures into place and requiring employees to wear face coverings on the job.
The Trump administration's response to keep the federal government operational during the COVID-19 pandemic was hindered by early decisions to roll back telework programs, according to Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), the chairman of the Government Operations subcommittee of the House Oversight Committee.
Union asks OPM and OMB to abide by six conditions before telling federal workers to go back to the office
Gen. John Hyten, vice chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said testing the entire force, including National Guard and Reserves, would take until summertime.
The Association of Administrative Law Judges has become the second federal sector union to sue the Federal Service Impasses Panel.
A Philadelphia AFGE local alleges that stress on the VA system has led workers to risk reprimand for working off-hours and that the Veterans Benefits Administration won't share contingency plans with employees.
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