The Air Force is still playing catch up in its pilot pipeline despite adding incentive benefits.
For contractors in the middle, life can be tougher, says Paul Murphy, senior data analyst at Bloomberg Government.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management sets up its second official emergency leave transfer program of this month.
Daniel Payne, the director of the Defense Security Services, said the continuous evaluation program will have 1 million employees by 2018.
The contract, worth $1 billion over five years, goes to Dell, General Dynamics and Microsoft to run an Air Force implementation of Microsoft’s Office 365.
A judge said the difference between “disclosure” and “theft,” and inability to predict future harm were two reasons she dismissed the OPM data breach lawsuits.
The Trump administration wants to find out how many people work, as in really work, rather than are employed, at the U.N., the State Department and other federal agencies.
Both the Veterans Affairs and Interior Departments are moving federal employees out of Washington, D.C., and into consolidated regional offices.
Rob Thomas is leaving federal service in October after 35 years.
The U.S. Postal Service has caught the ire of three senators looking for answers — and possibly for heads to roll — after a watchdog report found the agency significantly underreported late mail delivery.
Join our host, Bob Leins, as he welcomes Karen Schaeffer, Certified Financial Planner®, who specializes in financial planning for Federal government employees, to talk about evaluating early outs and buyouts from a financial perspective. September 25, 2017
Opioids to asteroids: agencies, industry and academia trade knowledge, but not dollars.
The Veterans Affairs Department fires its D.C. medical center director, Brian Hawkins. This is the second time the department has attempted to fire Hawkins for “ineffective leadership.”
Tens of thousands of feds are still working around the clock in six states in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.