President Biden has signed a flurry of executive orders since taking office. Above, he signs executive orders after speaking about the coronavirus in the State Dinning Room of the White House, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, in Washington.

Biden Signs Executive Order Killing Schedule F, Restoring Collective Bargaining Rights

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Securing the Cloud: How Agencies Can Protect Their Data for a “Flexible Work” Future

As government agencies migrate their data from on-premises data centers to cloud environments, security is often top-of-mind. Here’s how agencies can embrace these data migration activities with a security-first mindset.

Management

Empowering Frontline Federal Workers

Change will require committed leadership. It’s a problem at all levels and in all functions.

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Leveraging Data as a Strategic Asset with Snowflake

The Federal Data Strategy defines a long-term vision for modernizing the federal government.

Oversight

Will Merrick Garland, Joe Biden’s Pick for Attorney General, Be Independent in that Role? History Says It’s Unlikely

History shows that attorneys general who are picked by – and serve at the pleasure of – the president are not as independent as they may be expected to be.

Workforce

Why You Should Turn off Your Camera During Zoom Meetings

It's not just to hide clutter anymore—leaving your camera off during your next virtual meeting could help save the planet, too.

Management

GovExec Daily: How Will Alejandro Mayorkas Lead DHS?

Eric Katz joins the podcast to discuss President Joe Biden's pick for the Homeland Security Department.

Route Fifty

Liaisons to Each State, Full National Guard Reimbursement Are Part of Biden's Virus Response Plan

On his second day in office, President Joe Biden outlined a wide-ranging coronavirus response strategy, shifting toward a more national approach than the Trump administration's.

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Route Fifty

Buttigieg Emphasizes He’ll Bring Local Perspective to Top Transportation Job

Transportation secretary nominee Pete Buttigieg, a former mayor, received a favorable hearing before the Senate committee considering his nomination.

Management

Social Security Boss’ Job Status Unclear Following Inauguration

The White House named Commissioner Andrew Saul among its list of “acting” agency officials, despite the fact that he has five years remaining in his term.

Management

Biden Pauses Construction on the Border Wall

The president also ordered a review of all funding and contracts. 

Pay & Benefits

The Best Time to Retire

When you choose to end your federal career could make a big difference in your retirement security.

Pay & Benefits

Lawmakers Propose 3.2% Raise for Feds in 2022

Democrats in both chambers of Congress have reintroduced legislation to boost basic pay by 2.2% across the board next year, along with an average 1% increase in locality pay.

Workforce

'People Are Just Relieved': Career Feds Express Optimism as Biden Officials Take Charge at Agencies

Employees are hopeful they will have better relationships with political appointees than existed under Trump.

Management

Coronavirus Roundup: Biden Launches Aggressive Pandemic Plans 

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

Management

It’s Time to Reinvent How America Delivers Foreign Aid

We are facing a moment of profound change; we must prepare for—and make the most of—new realities.

Workforce

Biden Will Form a Council Dedicated to Policy that Affects Women and Girls

“Too many women are struggling to make ends meet and support their families, and too many are lying awake at night worried about their children’s economic future,” he said.

Defense

Biden Administration Pauses Deportations for 100 Days and Suspends 'Remain in Mexico' Policy for Asylum Seekers

The changes come on President Joe Biden’s first day in office where he earlier signed multiple executive orders rolling back additional Trump-era immigration policies.

Management

Biden’s COVID-19 Challenge: 100 Million Vaccinations in the First 100 Days. It Won’t Be Easy.

But keeping campaign promises regarding the nation’s COVID-19 response will go beyond stepping up the rollout of the vaccines.