Management

Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Provide $25 Billion to Postal Service

As losses during pandemic mount, senators pitch emergency funds to not "let so vital an agency fail."

Management

Immigration Judges Sue Justice Department Over Gag Rule

The Trump administration is in violation of the First and Fifth Amendments, judges say.

Pay & Benefits

Furlough Notices in Hand, Citizenship and Immigration Employees Look for New Jobs

Facing at least 30 days without pay, employees are frustrated. "Like it or not, I have to go," one says.

Management

Lawmakers, Legal Experts Decry Federal Crackdown on Protesters as Unlawful

House committee holds hearing on controversial federal law enforcement tactics prior to Trump's church photo op.

Workforce

Trump Administration Lacks Comprehensive Plan to Reopen Federal Offices, GAO Says

Republicans say feds should swiftly go back to work: "It’s time to take our chances," one argues.

Management

ICE Struggles to Protect Detained Immigrants as Coronavirus Spreads in Its Facilities

Hundreds of employees are also calling out from work as they say physical distancing is impossible and personal protective equipment is in insufficient supply.

Management

Officials Detail Preparations for 'Inevitable' Coronavirus Surge This Fall

Dr. Anthony Fauci and others say their agencies are taking "financial risks" to pursue potential treatments and a vaccine, but will not compromise science.

Pay & Benefits

CBP Walks Back Furlough Threat

As many as 8,000 customs officers and other employees could be sent home without pay.

Oversight

DEA Failed to Properly Consider Risks When Laundering Money for Drug Traffickers

Drug enforcement agents routinely ignored oversight mechanisms while laundering millions for illicit organizations, IG finds.

Workforce

Supreme Court Ruling Cements, Expands Longstanding Protections for LGBTQ Feds

Sweeping nature of decision will make it harder for agencies to deny discrimination against gay and transgender employees.