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Presidential Rank Awards honor top performing federal leaders

The Presidential Rank Awards were handed out at an event recently—honoring some of the most exceptional leaders in the federal workplace.

Administration has yet to make appointments to Federal Salary Council

The Trump administration has not yet made appointments to the Federal Salary Council, leaving the job of tailoring regional salaries undone.

Lawmakers consider making changes to harassment policies

As the process for reporting sexual harassment in the federal workforce has come under scrutiny, members of the House Administration Committee are examining needed changes.

Agencies begin preparing for gov't shutdown

White House officials have told agency leaders to begin preparing for a lapse in appropriations if Congress does not reach a budget deal by Dec. 8, which will lead to a government shutdown.

GAO: Fed agencies need to do more to recruit black, women IT workers

While the number of Asian and Hispanic federal IT workers has increased in recent years, there has been no improvement for black and female workers in the field.

Lawmakers to vote on bill that extends probationary period

The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on a bill that would extend the probationary period for members of the senior executive service from one year to two years.

OPM grants authority to hire more IT workers

Federal agencies have been granted a new authority to boost hiring of IT professionals and other technical staff as part of an effort to modernize and transform government technology.

USPS in the red for 11th consecutive year

The U.S. Postal Service this week reported a financial loss for the 11th straight year, citing declining mail volume and costs of its pension and health care obligations as the primary cause.

Lawmakers introduce ‘Me Too’ bill

A bipartisan group of lawmakers has unveiled legislation that will address sexual harassment in Congress, which will in effect overhaul the system for filing and settling harassment claims from congressional employees.

Administration still faces hundreds of vacancies

Although President Trump has picked up the pace in nominations for key positions in his administration, on his 300-day mark, many top posts remained unfilled.

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