The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) could see its responsibilities and workforce siphoned off to other agencies over the next few years.
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President Donald Trump released his budget proposal for fiscal 2020 on Monday, and there’s plenty in it that will affect the federal workforce.
The Fourth U.S. National Action Plan for Open Government (NAP4) was released this month after a more than year-long delay. It offers eight key initiatives, a change from the 26, 23, and 40 initiatives published during the Obama administration, and applies for the next two years.
Putting as much politics aside as possible, here are highlights of what government workers should know about the State of the Union.
Some payroll and shared service centers said that employees affected by the shutdown can expect retroactive pay no later than Jan. 31.
As the midnight Friday deadline draws closer, the cards are falling into place for a surprise resolution to the long-term federal budget impasse that has threatened a shutdown.
The Trump administration on Thursday released a 132-page plan outlining sweeping reforms and recommendations for reorganizing the federal government, including merging the Education and Labor departments and stripping the Office of Personnel Management of its policy functions.
With the unveiling of Trump’s proposed 2018 budget, learn about some key cybersecurity initiatives, reforms and programs proposed.
In an effort to align with workforce reductions called for by the Trump administration, several agencies are looking to offer early retirement packages and separation incentive payments.
Federal spending on information technology would increase 1.7 percent to $95.7 billion in fiscal 2018 under President Donald Trump’s budget proposal — up from $94.1 billion this year.