A group of agriculture-related organizations sent a letter to President Trump saying that their industry is threatened by a lack of foreign workers. The author discusses how this coincides with current agency laws.
The author says that despite his efforts to trim government, President Trump may find federal agencies to be an unlikely ally in promoting his policies.
Calls are growing to find and fire federal employees who may be part of a “Deep State” opposition to the Trump administration’s agenda.
Federal employees at the Department of Labor are circulating a letter asking for a vote against President Trump’s nominee for Labor Secretary. The author says that these employees could be potentially jeopardizing their careers in the process.
President Trump’s new Executive Order focuses on preventing violence against law enforcement officers, but leaves out other government employees.
With its 20-year history of civil service reform, Georgia provides insights into how federal civil service may change under the Trump administration.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addressed agency workers during his first visit, but many of his remarks apply to all federal employees.
President Trump has announced a federal hiring freeze as a first step in a plan to reduce the size of the federal workforce. The White House memo offers details on how the freeze will work.
A large group of House Democrats recently sent a letter to President-elect Donald Trump asking that he reconsider plans to impose a federal hiring freeze upon taking office on January 20.