The Biden administration has argued limitations on "acting" officials reset when a new president is inaugurated.

3 Biden Officials Are Serving Unlawfully, a Watchdog Rules

Sponsor Content

How Google Cloud AI Solutions Helped Hawaii Handle Post-Pandemic Tourism

The pandemic prompted a slew of technological needs some SLG had never before considered, but now can’t move forward without.

Management

The Labor Secretary Is Set to Leave His Post for the NHL Players Union, Reports Say

The news comes as some House Republicans set their sights on oversight for fraud in pandemic-era benefits programs including enhanced unemployment insurance.

Workforce

She Grew up under Water Boil Advisories in Jackson. Now She’s Bringing Environmental Justice to the EPA.

In her community outreach role for the EPA, Rosemary Enobakhare is working to prioritize communities in need while “shining a light” on issues affecting them most.

Pay & Benefits

Don’t Overlook This Unloved Fund When Investing in the TSP

TSP participants can consider it another potential way to diversify a growth-oriented strategy.

Sponsor Content

Federal Cloud in Focus: Five Things You Need to Know About the Federal Cloud Environment

Evolving needs have compelled agencies to modernize their IT infrastructure and embrace the latest technology innovations.

Workforce

In Speech, Biden Says The U.S. is 'Unbowed and Unbroken'

Courtney Bublé and Tom Shoop join the podcast to discuss the State of the Union address and if government works..

Nextgov

Biden’s State of the Union Highlights Semiconductor Success and Big Tech Privacy Concerns

The president applauded the CHIPS and Science Act and urged lawmakers to crack down on big tech’s data privacy and surveillance practices.

Nextgov

VA Centers Talent Recruitment and Remote Work in Its Operations Revamp 

The agency’s chief people officer described efforts to attract high-skilled workers affected by layoffs across the tech sector and expand telework opportunities to modernize tech-centric operations.

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Workforce

'I Do Not Have Enough Agents,' a Border Chief Tells Congress

At contentious hearing, all sides largely agree the southwest border needs more federal resources.

Management

The HHS to Industry: Let’s Connect on Medical Supply Chain Issues

The pandemic showed “the need for critical public health industrial investments at a scale never seen before in the United States,” an HHS official says. 

Workforce

NSA Bills Itself as a 'Soft Landing Place' for Laid off Tech Workers

The intelligence agency has been quietly moving over the past few months to recruit talented workers affected by the wave of layoffs at tech companies and startups.

Defense

China’s Balloon May Have Taught Pentagon More Than Beijing Learned From It, General Says

Still, NORAD’s chief says the U.S. military took “precautions,” including “non-kinetic effects.”

Tech

Bring on the Chatbots: How AI Can Assist Government Customer Service

Cyara's James Isaacs joins the podcast to discuss how technology can help give citizens a better customer experience.

Nextgov

NSA Bills Itself as a 'Soft Landing Place' for Laid off Tech Workers

The intelligence agency has been quietly moving over the past few months to recruit talented workers affected by the wave of layoffs at tech companies and startups.

Pay & Benefits

A Senator Is Once Again Trying to Keep TSP Investments Out of China

The TSP Fiduciary Security Act would require the agency that administers the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program to consider national security issues as part of its decision-making process.

Workforce

Biden’s New Policy to Protect Federal Scientists May Lack Teeth to Prevent Retaliation

The federal science community is concerned that the Biden administration is "blowing it" in its efforts to shield employees from undue influence and political retribution.

Oversight

Biden’s Plan for Ending the Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 Signals a Pivotal Point in the Pandemic—4 Questions Answered

President Joe Biden’s intention to end the national COVID-19 emergency will have long-lasting ripple effects on federal programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program.

Management

IRS Sends Black Taxpayers at Least 2.9X More Audit Notices

Researchers demonstrate how the IRS could tweak its secret algorithm to reduce the audit disparity facing Black taxpayers.

Workforce

OPM Deputy Touts Agency’s Newly Proactive Stance on Labor Issues

Rob Shriver says recent efforts by officials to mediate labor-management disputes is part of the Office of Personnel Management’s transformation into being the government’s leader on human capital issues.

Workforce

The TSP Transition is Still Giving Users Some Problems

Abraham Grungold joins the podcast to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of the new recordkeeper.