The five things you need to do before submitting your SF-86 security clearance application.
Employees are hopeful they will have better relationships with political appointees than existed under Trump.
There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.
We are facing a moment of profound change; we must prepare for—and make the most of—new realities.
“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.
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.
But keeping campaign promises regarding the nation’s COVID-19 response will go beyond stepping up the rollout of the vaccines.
After he was sworn into office on Wednesday, President Biden signed a slate of executive actions, including measures to begin reversing Trump era environmental policies.
The new president took several immediate actions to start undoing Trump’s deregulatory agenda.
An executive order instructs all federal agencies to “root out” systemic racism from programs and institutions and rescinds Trump's controversial effort to excise so-called “divisive” diversity training programs from agencies and federal contractors.
Here are the news and updates you may have missed.
Their professionalism and hard work alongside career employees during the pandemic should not be dismissed.
Websites and social media accounts made the transition along with presidential power, with the new administration making its mark right away.
They are mostly career executives, but Biden has tasked some Trump officials with temporarily holding onto their positions.
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