The House on Sept. 22 unanimously passed a bipartisan bill aimed at updating policies to cover the reimbursement of federal employees who use “transportation network companies” such as Lyft and Uber—as well as bikeshare programs—when traveling on official business.
A Commerce Department supervisor received a 50-day suspension without pay for violations of the Hatch Act, the Office of Special Counsel said.
With the clock running down, the House and Senate last week approved a continuing resolution to fund the government at current levels through Dec. 9.
The Federal Voting Assistance Program last week reminded military and overseas citizens to mail ballots as soon as possible to ensure their election office receives their votes on time.
The White House named a former CIA security official to head up the government’s new background investigations agency.
Congress averted a government shutdown this week, finally approving a continuing resolution to fund the government at current levels through Dec. 9.
A Commerce Department supervisor has been suspended for 50 days without pay for Hatch Act violations, the Office of Special Counsel announced.
The Office of Special Counsel this month pointed to several recent Hatch Act violations as examples of behavior to avoid during the current election season.
The Defense Department last week urged military service members who may have been discharged as a result of the now defunct “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law to seek correction of their service records.
The Office of Personnel Management announced updates to two telework training modules used to instruct employees on their responsibilities when teleworking.