A view of the SSA office in the Queens borough of New York City, on May 12.

Social Security Continues to Drag Its Feet on Paid Sick Leave, Telework Advancements

Sponsor Content

Transforming Facilities Management with a Business-Inspired Approach

Despite the centrality of military infrastructure to its success, DoD facilities are poorly utilized and managed, with roughly one-third of all military facilities in poor condition, and an unfunded backlog of deferred maintenance and repair work exceeding $116 billion.

Route Fifty

Weeding Out Fraudulent Unemployment Claims Just Became More Difficult

Millions of out-of-work Americans are filing for unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic and fraudsters are using the unprecedented crush of filings to take advantage.

Nextgov

Census Bureau Seeks Industry Input on Cybersecurity Acquisitions Strategy for Next Decade

With data collection for the 2020 census underway, the bureau is thinking about how artificial intelligence and other capabilities might help address sore points.

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With a Remote Workforce, Public Sector Cloud Adoption Is Increasingly Important

While many cloud adoption efforts were well underway before the challenges of COVID-19, the health crisis has refocused priorities toward improving tech capabilities.

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The States With the Worst Job Losses

Labor Department data released on Friday shows the states with the highest unemployment rates in April, and how many jobs were lost that month as the coronavirus upended the economy.

Management

Labor Authority Reverses Previous Decision, Stays Implementation of SSA Contract With Administrative Law Judges Union

The Social Security Administration had already stated that it would not impose the new collective bargaining agreement while a federal lawsuit from the judges’ union was pending.

Nextgov

Bill Would Increase Broadband, Telehealth Capabilities in Rural America

Senate legislation would direct $2 billion in funding to help meet increased broadband demand during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Oversight

Analysis: Congress May Not Like It When Trump Fires An Inspector General – But It Can’t Do Anything To Stop Him

President Trump isn't the first president to get rid of inspectors general. He is the first to assert that inspectors general investigations into his administration's actions are unconstitutional.

Workforce

Never Go Back to the Office

The coronavirus killed corporate culture. Get used to working from home.

Oversight

GovExec Daily: Inspectors General, Conflict of Interests and the Administration

CREW's Donald K. Sherman joins the podcast to discussion the current state of oversight and conflicts of interest.

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Nearly Half of U.S. Households Lost Some Income During Pandemic

The findings released by the Census Bureau come at a time Republicans and Democrats in Congress are at odds over an extension of expanded federal unemployment benefits.

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NOAA Predicts Active Hurricane Season

The federal agency's annual forecast projects a likelihood of at least 13 named storms and six hurricanes.

Management

How Agencies Can Protect Fee-Funded Programs During the COVID-19 Crisis

Sudden reductions in customer demand is a current risk to many agencies at all levels of government.

Management

‘How Could the CDC Make That Mistake?’

The government’s disease-fighting agency is conflating viral and antibody tests, compromising a few crucial metrics that governors depend on to reopen their economies. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Texas, and other states are doing the same.