On June 26, President Donald Trump signed an executive order requiring federal agencies to update their job qualification standards and candidate assessments.
Furlough notices are going out to employees at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.
Federal workers who have been deemed "essential" during the coronavirus pandemic and were unable to take their annual leave can now retain that unused leave that would otherwise be forfeited at the end of the year.
The State Department needs to expand racial and ethnic diversity among its full-time, permanent, career workforce, the Government Accountability Office said.
Embattled Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board Chairman Michael Kennedy’s last day on the job was June 30.
A new Government Accountability Office review of recruiting and retention efforts to increase the number of employees with disabilities at federal agencies shows some bright spots, such as improved recruiting, but it also finds ample room for improvement, most pointedly in retention.
The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its insider threat program to go beyond scrutinizing individual with access to classified materials to encompassing "all those with past or current access to DHS facilities, information, equipment, networks, or systems."
Plaintiffs ask for compensation and punishment, federal monitor to reform union.
The National Association of Immigration Judges is suing the Department of Justice over restrictions that cover public speaking about immigration issues.
The Department of Agriculture is moving 1,000 Rural Development department employees out of the Goodfellow Federal Complex in St. Louis, Mo., to a new location in the city.