November 30, 2021
D.C. News
  • The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) notified federal agencies that workers who do not comply with the administration’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement will not face serious penalties such as suspension or removal until January. Noting “tremendous progress,” the OMB encouraged agencies “to continue with robust education and counseling efforts through this holiday season as the first step in an enforcement process, with no subsequent enforcement actions, beyond that education and counseling and, if warranted, a letter of reprimand, for most employees who have not yet complied with the vaccination requirement until the new calendar year begins in January.” (Article here)