The Department of Homeland Security has put out a call for employees to volunteer at the southern border, as officials say they are encountering “large numbers” of migrants — and amid ongoing concerns about a coming surge in the spring and summer.
A bill has been reintroduced to give federal employees an option to purchase short-term disability insurance.
Recently introduced legislation would give federal employees another holiday in honor of Harriet Tubman.
A bill would ban the federal government from creating databases to track personal info of federal employees seeking religious exemptions to the vaccine mandate.
A former USPS mail carrier pleaded guilty to stealing nearly 100 sports cards worth thousands of dollars from the mail.
Senate passes $1.5 trillion FY 2022 government funding bill averting agency shutdowns ahead of the midnight Friday deadline when existing U.S. government funds expire.
The Biden administration is extending the mask mandate on planes and public transportation for one more month while taking steps that could lead to lifting the rule.
The Biden administration urged a circuit court panel Tuesday to revive the Covid-19 vaccination mandate for federal employees put on hold by a lower court judge earlier this year.
The federal government has had a dramatic shift in its policies regarding in-person work for federal employees. How do FedSmith readers feel about it?