The recall includes about 10,000 employees at 10 sites, and their main functions will be opening mail, answering phones and other activities that take place during tax filing season,
The tax agency is putting distancing measures into place and requiring employees to bring their own face coverings to work until facilities can procure personal protective equipment for employees.
The Trump administration's efforts 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.
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.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, and Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser have sent a letter urging the Trump administration to keep telework policies in place for the federal workforce.
Union asks OPM and OMB to abide by six conditions before telling federal workers to go back to the office
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.
A major federal employee union is blasting the White House for some of the president’s recent tweets on the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a new document, the federal government explains plans to align a reopening of all federal agency functions and a return to in-person work.
The Defense Department’s exchanges and commissaries are up and running to support service members and families who rely on the 6,700 facilities in nearly 40 countries for goods and services.