Arbitrator Finds Trump Workforce Orders Violate Law

Sponsor Content

The FLTCIP Is More Than Peace of Mind

It’s hard to know if and when you’ll need long term care, but the fact is, a long term care event can happen to anyone at any time. That’s why it’s a good idea to plan now.

Route Fifty

Pandemic’s Uncertainties Hang Heavy Over Small City's Budget

Augusta, Maine has already resorted to layoffs and furloughs to slow spending. Looking ahead, there are still questions about what will happen with badly needed state aid and other revenues.

Nextgov

Senate Still Divided on Comprehensive Data Privacy Legislation

Though recent bills are similar, lawmakers have yet to resolve two polarizing issues: preemption and private right to action.

Nextgov

Watchdog Highlights Need for Better Cyber Coordination Across Government

A pair of reports point to confusion about the State Department’s new cyber bureau and the vacuum left behind by the eliminated White House cyber coordinator position.

Sponsor Content

A High Cost of Poor Citizen Service

Agency efforts to ‘go digital’ must be driven not only by technology, but also by an acute understanding of the processes, needs, and desires of citizens and public servants.

Route Fifty

One Officer Indicted in Breonna Taylor Case, But Not In Her Death

STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | No evidence of widespread Covid-19 outbreaks in reopened schools ... California protects Joshua trees but allows solar companies to cut them down ... Colorado will furlough thousands of state employees, including the governor.

Route Fifty

Millions Raised to Pay off Debts so Floridians with Criminal Records Can Vote

The money, partially raised by Mike Bloomberg, will go towards paying off the court fines and fees of thousands of people with criminal records, allowing them to vote in the upcoming election.

Tech

How and When Will We Know that a COVID-19 Vaccine Is Safe and Effective?

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, phlebotomist Mayra Fernandez, takes out vials of blood from study participant Julio Li

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Workforce

Millennials ‘Can’t Even’ Get Ahead — They’re Already Too Far Behind

Anne Helen Petersen’s new book "Can’t Even" interrogates the lies millennials were told about having it all.

Pay & Benefits

GovExec Daily: The Future of Pay and Benefits Under Trump or Biden

Erich Wagner joins the podcast to discuss how the two major-party candidates would approach the federal workforce if elected.

Management

State Department Officials Vow Cultural Shift Toward Inclusion

Officials tasked with improving diversity told a House panel that they hope recent efforts to deploy unconscious bias training and conduct surveys of those leaving the department will help improve efforts to retain employees of color, women and members of the LGBTQ community.

Route Fifty

Predicting Coronavirus Outbreaks Using Google Searches for Gastrointestinal Problems

New research found that Google searches for symptoms associated with the coronavirus might be able to predict outbreaks before positive test results confirm them.

Workforce

Coronavirus Roundup: More HHS Shakeups; Vaccine Advisers May Have ‘Unresolved’ Conflicts of Interest

There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.

Management

Contractors Seek Clearer, Uniform Guidance for Returning to Offices

Lack of such guidance is a “huge hole” in the federal government’s pandemic response, industry group says. 

Defense

The US Military’s Latest Wearables Can Detect Illness Two Days Before You Get Sick

Some 400 troops are testing the devices, trained on nearly a quarter million cases to detect COVID and a whole lot more.

Defense

GovExec Daily: The Trump and Biden Diplomacy and National Security Plans

Defense One's Kevin Baron joins the podcast to discuss how defense and foreign policy will factor into the 2020 election.