House Democrats Say Title 5 Protections Would Fix TSA’s Morale, Retention Woes

Advocates say now is the time to grant airport screeners with the same protections enjoyed by the rest of the federal workforce, including their bosses.

USPS Defends Slower Mail Proposal Before Its Regulator

Regulatory commission will have final say on Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's biggest reform.

Finalists for Government ‘Oscars’ Highlight Outstanding Federal Employees

The Partnership for Public Service’s annual awards program kicks off National Public Service Week.

Thriving Through the Ongoing Pandemic

Those who will be able to look back when the pandemic is finally over and feel they did more than just make it through have several attributes in common.

Biden Promised the Most Diverse Administration Ever. Here’s How He’s Doing.

Seven figures that show the representation — and the gaps — in President Joe Biden's Cabinet and federal appointments.

Biden Administration Cancels Border Contracts, Returns Funds to Pentagon

The administration is also looking to repair damage in border communities. 

Unions Continue to Fault SSA Over Stalled Contract Renegotiations

Labor leaders accuse Trump holdovers atop the agency of seeking to retain “advantages” over unions during future negotiations rather than fully comply with President Biden’s directive to eradicate the previous administration’s workforce policies.

There’s a Better Way to Manage Federal Grants, a New Report Shows

Agencies spent $921 billion through grants last year. We know surprisingly little about what that funding has achieved.

As America’s First Working First Lady, Jill Biden Redefines the Role

The longtime educator is leaning on her experience to inform the administration’s thinking.

GovExec Daily: Biden's First 100 Days

Katherine McIntire Peters and Tom Shoop join the podcast to discuss the administration's first mile marker.

Lawmakers Renew Efforts to Protect Animals in Government Labs

Bipartisan legislation builds on current policies at the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments, Food and Drug Administration and National Institutes of Health. 

GovExec Daily: The Next Steps in Vaccinations

McKinsey's Dr. Pooja Kumar and Shubham Singhal join the podcast to discuss the next steps in getting the U.S. closer to herd immunity.

Biden’s First Address to Congress: Proving ‘Our Government Still Works’

On the eve of his 100th day in office, the president recapped his administration’s achievements and outlined plans for vast reforms.

Senate Committee Advances Biden's Nominees for USPS Board

Just one Republican joins all Democrats in approving the three governors-designate.