All of the Federal Salary Council’s recommendations must be finalized by the President’s Pay Agent, after which they would go to the Office of Personnel Management, which must issue regulations to implement the proposals.

A Closer Look at the Locality Pay Increase That Could Be Coming for Thousands of Feds

Sponsor Content

Adopting Medical Cyber Systems to Keep Up

Cyber-attacks directed toward health care agencies can cause significant harm to institutions and the patients they serve.

Defense

Fixing Army Recruiting: Take Care of the Soldiers and their Families

Rather than read the Army’s recent call-to-arms memo, service leaders should focus on the recent Military Family Support Survey.

Oversight

GovExec Daily: What Happens After The Mar-A-Lago FBI Search?

Federal employment attorney Dan Mayer joins the podcast to discuss records management and what feds need to know.

Nextgov

Cyber Threats Warrant a Government Reorganization, Former CISA Head Says

Inaugural CISA director Chris Krebs said the federal government should do more to respond to cybersecurity and data concerns.

Sponsor Content

Emerging Technology Survey Report

How are organizations utilizing Human Capital Management technologies in Human Resource Services.

Management

As Pressure Ramps Up Against USPS Reforms, DeJoy Asks Stakeholders to Fall in Line

The Postal Service is facing pushback on its plans to raise rates, shrink the workforce and consolidate mail processing.

Defense

VA Systems are Vulnerable to Cyber Intrusions Due to Lack of Effective Oversight, Report Says

The Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General's office said the agency is "leaving its systems vulnerable to compromise by impostors who may gain access to protected information."

Oversight

How the FBI Knew What to Search for at Mar-A-Lago – and Why the Presidential Records Act Is An Essential Tool for the National Archives and Future Historians

A presidential scholar sets the history and context for the battle over President Trump’s official records – and says it isn’t the first records battle between the government and a former president.

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Tech

IRS Free File Figures into Senate Dems' Reconciliation Bill

Questions about the tax agency's capacity to deliver and support a public online tax filing system.

Defense

Twice Accused of Sexual Assault, He Was Let Go by Army Commanders. He Attacked Again.

A first-of-its-kind analysis reveals that soldiers in the Army are more likely to be locked up ahead of trial for drug offenses than for sexual assault under a system that gives commanders control.

Oversight

GovExec Daily: Getting More Women into Federal Policing

Courtney Bublé speaks to Cathy Sanz, president of the group Women in Federal Law Enforcement, about gender issues in law enforcement.

Workforce

A Federal Employee Group Has Renewed Calls for Agencies to Protect Workers Post-Roe

Among the requests are for administrative leave and travel reimbursement for federal workers who must travel across state lines to receive abortion services, as well as the ability to opt out of relocating to states that ban the procedure.

Oversight

New Photos Suggest How Trump, Flush with Power, May Have Sent Official Documents down the Toilet

Photos showing what appear to be torn-up documents in two different toilets may provide more evidence of the former president’s habit of destroying his presidential documents.

Tech

Mobile Threats Prompt Operational Changes for Governments

More than 80% of public sector respondents to a recent survey said they have been forced to re-evaluate workplace practices as attacks on mobile devices grow.

Management

Kamala Harris Made History — Her Husband Did, Too

Doug Emhoff is the nation’s first second gentleman. As he’s settled into the role, he’s trying to model what it means to be a man who supports gender equity.

Defense

GovExec Daily: Telling the Story of the Fall of Kabul

Producer Bradley Hope joins the show to discuss a new podcast about the evacuation and Taliban takeover in 2021.

Pay & Benefits

A Recently Reconstituted Advisory Panel Is Finally Making Locality Pay Recommendations

According to the Federal Salary Council, federal employees made 22.47% less on average than their private sector counterparts last year.