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The federal health care enrollment period is months away, but you can start preparing now.
His departure comes amid heightened security fears in 2024 and debate over whether to renew a controversial spying power.
The move marks the second step in a years-long process to prep federal agencies for working with artificial intelligence.
After the Supreme Court's dismissal, a group of 8,500 federal employees is trying a new approach to score a win against the administration.
Officials, who are calling for reforms, say environmental regulations shouldn’t lead to yearslong waits to build transmission lines or impede their ability to respond to natural disasters.
Deaths have increased as agency staff fail to identify suicidal risks and allow contraband into facilities, IG finds.
Less physical paper taken in by the board that settles bargaining-table disputes between unions and agencies will help streamline workloads as its parent agency reduces its office footprint due to budget woes.
Marginalized students may have the most to lose as the Education Department’s rollout of the new college financial aid application has hit several bumps.
The federal government’s HR agency plans to expand the use of data to analyze recruitment barriers for underserved communities as well as outreach at minority-serving educational institutions in the coming year.
The watchdog said data gaps in the disciplinary adjudication process at four Homeland Security component agencies meant that they were unable to identify why rank-and-file employees were more likely than supervisors to face misconduct judgments.
No one cheers for the referees, commissioner says, but without them there is only “chaos.”
Gold, silver and lithium mining on federal land doesn’t bring in any royalties to the US Treasury – because of an 1872 law
Hard rock minerals like gold, silver, copper and lithium on public lands belong to the American public, but under a 150-year-old law, the U.S. gives them away for free.
The exposed contents were not secured with a password at the time of their compromise.
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The tweak, which allows federal workers to count past military service toward the 12-month service requirement of parental and Family and Medical Leave Act leave, stems from a provision of the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act.
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