J. David Cox Sr., the national president of the American Federation of Government Employees, offers this reminder of why we need to thank federal workers.
Office of Personnel Management Director Jeff Pon’s legislative proposals deserve debate. But talk about bad timing to release them!
So let’s take a break from bureaucrat bashing as Public Service Recognition Week runs now through Saturday.
The U.S. Postal Service toughens its policy language on its preference for centralized mail deliveries.
Tony Reardon, the national president of the National Treasury Employees Union, encourages agencies to continue to be an attractive option for future generations.
Contract obligations are down across the board by about 13 percent, the president and CEO of the Professional Services Council said.
Observers are casting their bets on which city will be chosen for Amazon’s coveted HQ2 facility, and the jobs that come with it.
Safeguarding intellectual property remains a principal mission of the federal government.
The retirement expert said that when a federal employee retires, the process is still painfully analog but changes have been made.
The federal family of working civil servants, retirees, spouses, friends and family is old enough to vote, and with many good reasons to vote.
Kevin Lynch, the president and CEO for the National Industries for the Blind, details how the e-commerce provision can meet the goals of expediency and fulfill federal laws.
We should expect to see continued give and take between the executive and legislative branches, because no one can write perfect language every time and because the executive branch wants the freedom to act.
Upon learning how the semi-automatic 3 percent within-grade increases work, one top outsider assigned to White House government overhaul is said to have referred to them as “zombie pay raises.’’
Dan Conrad, the federal CTO for One Identity, makes the case for why agencies need to use two-factor authentication for 100 percent of all systems.