New guidance tells agencies how to handle enforcing the vaccine mandate after a court issued an injunction blocking its enforcement.
Republicans in Congress are seeking support against any budget bill with funding for vaccine mandates. The result could be a government shutdown.
The Biden administration has suspended enforcement of the federal employee vaccine mandate after a court issued an injunction blocking it.
A Texas court has issued an injunction blocking enforcement of the federal employee vaccine mandate.
Numerous agencies have begun creating databases to store the names and religious information of federal employees seeking exemptions from the vaccine mandate.
The USPS will not be required by law to mandate the COVID vaccines for its employees as a result of a Supreme Court ruling.
Federal employees who are not fully vaccinated will soon be subject to more stringent COVID testing guidelines.
With so many federal employees in compliance with the vaccine mandate, is it time for them to return to in-office work in greater numbers?
Agencies are expected to begin suspending employees who are not complying with the COVID vaccine mandate.
More serious penalties for not complying with the vaccine mandate have been delayed until next year. What does this mean for federal employees?