The Feds Gave a Former White House Official $3 Million to Supply Masks to Navajo Hospitals. Some May Not Work.
Zach Fuentes, former deputy chief of staff to President Trump, won the contract just days after registering his company. He sold Chinese masks to the government just as federal regulators were scrutinizing foreign-made equipment.
Labor leaders say agency officials have proposed setting preconditions on employees’ use of recently enacted partial paid sick leave, potentially in violation of the law.
Millions of out-of-work Americans are filing for unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic and fraudsters are using the unprecedented crush of filings to take advantage.
Many are turning to alcohol and drugs to cope with stress. You should rethink that strategy, especially if you have a security clearance.
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Employees ask Congress to "please bail us out."
With data collection for the 2020 census underway, the bureau is thinking about how artificial intelligence and other capabilities might help address sore points.
Workers would help register voters and facilitate safe voting options.
Labor Authority Reverses Previous Decision, Stays Implementation of SSA Contract With Administrative Law Judges Union
The Social Security Administration had already stated that it would not impose the new collective bargaining agreement while a federal lawsuit from the judges’ union was pending.
Coronavirus Roundup: Agencies Prepare for ‘Above Average’ Hurricane Season Amid Pandemic; Pentagon Says Some Telework Policies Might Become Permanent
There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.
Senate legislation would direct $2 billion in funding to help meet increased broadband demand during the coronavirus pandemic.
Analysis: Congress May Not Like It When Trump Fires An Inspector General – But It Can’t Do Anything To Stop Him
President Trump isn't the first president to get rid of inspectors general. He is the first to assert that inspectors general investigations into his administration's actions are unconstitutional.
CREW's Donald K. Sherman joins the podcast to discussion the current state of oversight and conflicts of interest.
The findings released by the Census Bureau come at a time Republicans and Democrats in Congress are at odds over an extension of expanded federal unemployment benefits.
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Nearly 130 federal workers have died from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Some members could lose eligibility for federal benefits if not.
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