Postal employees and their unions have complained, grieved, sued and otherwise blasted USPS management recently over a string of controversial—and according to their protestations, lawbreaking—policies and actions pursued by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and his leadership team.
The U.S. Postal Service announced this week that it would not be implementing President Trump's controversial payroll tax deferral plan for its employees.
Scores of scientific stakeholders are pushing back against what they—and many other observers across society—see as the increasingly unhealthy influence of politics on medical research and measures deployed to quell coronavirus, a disease that in just six months has claimed 200,000-plus lives nationwide.
Office of Personnel Management used a purchase card to kick off cloud-based emergency response data dashboard.
The current appropriations bills are set to expire on Oct. 1; the bill now goes to the Senate where it is expected to pass.
Adversaries are adapting to the shifting identity authentication gaps on federal and commercial networks created by the remote work environment, according to federal security experts.
A half year into the national emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic—and a new survey finds a majority of feds who telework expect that situation to continue for at least another six months.
Attempting to modernize without a comprehensive approach that accounts for an agency's culture, engages its workforce and addresses critical business practices can actually create new or additional challenges that limit effectiveness and negatively affect mission outcomes.