Oversight panel leaders say newly uncovered emails confirm that the General Services Administration’s pending revocation of the Office of Personnel Management’s building operation authority is part of the plan to abolish the HR agency.
New procedures due to coronavirus concerns will last 14 days, after which the agency will re-evaluate.
Sexual Harassment Protections for Feds a ‘Byzantine Morass,’ Commission Finds in Calling for Widespread Reforms
Claims of sexual harassment by federal employees have spiked by 36% in recent years.
The pause is in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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By March 2021, the bureau plans to release anonymized statistics while keeping the raw data on individuals' citizenship status confidential.
A new computer model offers a better way to understand how people move in tight spaces, which can affect how viruses spread.
On a recent visit to San Antonio, I encountered a new example of selfless service.
"The spread of the disease is ongoing and accelerating,” Capt. Brett Crozier wrote to service leaders seeking urgent help.
With the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to get quality sleep, researchers warn.
Utah has drafted a plan meant to serve as a road map for both public health and economic policies during the coronavirus crisis.
AFGE argues that the Trump administration violated the law in appointing anti-labor advocates to the Federal Service Impasses Panel, and that panel members should be subject to Senate confirmation.
As their branches close to protect public health, librarians turn to virtual programming and relief efforts to continue serving their communities.
Agencies may reimburse contractors for paid or sick leave if they can’t telework.
The federal government’s HR agency encouraged agencies to be flexible with employees who have children or other relatives they must care for with school and other care facilities closed.
Ruling will put "structure" and "safeguards" in place for employee discipline law, attorney says.
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