The National Park Service celebrates its centennial by going international and promoting itself.
Is it possible federal employees vote like their neighbors and that workers at the Pentagon may not vote like their colleagues at the EPA?
Jeff Pon, nominee for director of OPM, said he’ll focus on helping agencies get the “right people in the right places at the right time.”
Emily Murphy, the nominee to be the next administrator of the General Services Administration, received broad support from both sides of the aisle.
The FEVS results show that the upward movement in employee satisfaction that began two years ago is continuing. That is good news.
After years of shrinking the force, the Army is suddenly in growth mode again, creating new challenges for recruiters.
Are you one of the many federal workers who are afraid that Congress will change retirement rules? Tune in this week when Federal News Radio Senior Reporter Nicole Ogrysko joins host Mike Causey to talk about some of the proposals pending on Capitol Hill. October 18, 2017
The Veterans Affairs Department released its draft proposal to revise the current Veterans Choice Program, setting up weeks of passionate debate on what the future of the program should look like.
A handful of states plus the District of Columbia say their residents will be harmed by the military transgender ban.
The new NPS anti-harassment policy has promise. But only with sustained effort.
The Army hasn’t achieved a number like that in the past 20 years without violating DoD’s quality standards.
Leadership, from the chairman down to front-line supervisors, helped the Securities and Exchange Commission improve its standing on the 2017 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
To combat the Army’s nondeployability problem, the service wants to add deployment pay and cut tuition assistance for non-deployable soldiers.
House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) said the legislation he recently introduced that sets up a BRAC-style commission to review medical facilities at the Veterans Affairs Department marks the beginning of a long conversation on the topic.
The Defense Department and Army are changing the way they hire and train acquisition professionals.