The National Park Service celebrates its centennial by going international and promoting itself.
Agencies offered special payment authorities, such as retention incentives or student loan repayments, to less than 6 percent of the federal workforce between fiscal 2014 and 2016, according to a new study from the Government Accountability Office.
In the technology industry sector, women and some minorities don’t appear to be participating in the growth in oversight of discrimination.
OPM issues new guidance for agencies to comply with the president’s executive order rescinding the National Council on Federal Labor-Management Relations and related forums.
Margaret Weichert, the president’s nominee to the deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget, easily earned approval from members of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee during Thursday’s nomination hearing.
The mystery goes on and on. Puzzling vision, hearing, balance and memory problems hitting diplomatic staff in Cuba from unknown sources. Now doctors have found brain abnormalities in the 24 affected people.
After two years of trouble, the National Guard is still hurting for cyber troops.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wants to know how much time do you and your coworkers spend on work-related meetings? An hour a day? Two?
Like NFL players, service members are vulnerable to head injuries that may cause long-term damage.
According to new documents from the Interior Department, 33 senior executives received reassignment notifications back in June. Of the 33, 10 received requests for a geographic reassignment.
The Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte are busy recalculating rankings for the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government.
Congress has until midnight on Friday, Dec. 22 to avoid a government shutdown. As a federal employee or contractor, let us know what you think about a possible shutdown.
The Army is beginning its first experiment in fast-tracking the officer accession pipeline for civilians with cyber skills. But it’s proceeding cautiously: only five new officers per year.
New leaders in Defense Department IT: Essye Miller is named acting DoD CIO and Rear Adm. Nancy Norton will be DISA director.
DHS’ headquarters consolidation project is bleeding money, behind schedule and doing anything but bringing components together.