The U. S. Postal Service did everything right in 2016. It focused on growing its biggest areas of business while still making improvements across the board.
President Donald Trump’s fiscal 2019 budget proposal would continue down a path of major workforce reductions at the Environmental Protection Agency.
When it comes to sexual harassment at the office, are things better or worse than when you joined the federal government?
The Air Force will give $10,000 to $30,000 to each squadron to build and invest in new ideas.
The Veterans Employment initiative is stalling, and experts say it’s time to shift focus away from hiring toward efforts to boost distribution through more diverse agencies, and increase retention and engagement.
How many agencies see how an Office of Personnel Management report can help them improve the way they reward their senior executives.
Is the Trump administration trying to go in two different directions at once when it comes to career employees?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to rename one of its IT service providers to reflect a doubling down on customer service.
The Office of Special Counsel reminds agencies of employee whistleblower rights, as the Justice Department tightens its control on communication to Congress.
The Air Force says it expects a small number of airmen to end up getting laid off under DoD’s new policy.
David Warner explains why paid sick leave for federal contractors may present both a cost and an administrative burden.
More than 81 percent of career members of the Senior Executive Service earned an award in 2016, compared to about 71 percent in fiscal 2015.
Across-the-board pay raises for military personnel might keep low performers in the military while incentivizing motivated troops to leave.
Congress mandated the military cut its senior executive service by a quarter in the 2017 defense authorization bill.
A small team at the National Institutes of Health developed a tool that sifts through and analyzes annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results in just a few minutes, a process that once took weeks or even months.