Legislation moving forward in Congress would make Juneteenth a new federal holiday.
New legislation would base some of the FRTIB’s fiduciary duties to TSP participants on national security concerns.
The Postal Service has released its annual list of cities in which mail carriers experienced the most dog attacks.
The author says that the next security breach against the government could come from within, and federal agencies must be prepared to deal with such an event.
Nearly 100 federal criminal investigators are suing the United States government for allegedly cheating each person out of between $5,000 to $10,000 in overtime pay for extra hours spent fulfilling training requirements, and the number of complainants is expected to grow exponentially.
A new memo instructs federal agencies to begin the process of returning many federal employees to work in offices as the pandemic winds down.
The government is planning to bring many federal employees back to in-office work by mid July, but it’s not an easy task.
How do FedSmith readers feel about returning to work in their agency offices post-COVID? Our latest survey suggests they are not ready to do so.
When the money runs out, emergency COVID leave for federal employees ends. How much money is left in the fund?