Some federal employees are stuck in the office today. Didn’t they hear it’s a holiday? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the answer.
Without action from the president, the National Council on Federal Labor-Management Relations will expire at the end of the month.
GSA raises contracting thresholds for agencies responding to the disaster.
Lack of updated deceased records at VA shows billions in improper payments to deceased veterans, according to SSA IG
The Air Force is trying to think differently about how it handles it’s most important investment.
President Donald Trump authorized a pay raise for civilian and military employees beginning Jan. 1, 2018.
The University of Maryland University College wants to fill a void with a new Master’s program in cloud architecture and management.
USPS heard back from more than 1.7 million customers last year, but its inspector general wants to know if it’s getting enough constructive feedback.
A shutdown directly affects almost the entire federal workforce. After the 2013 shutdown, most people assumed the Congress would never go there again. Why would they?
Homeland Security Department employees are leaving their desk jobs to serve in the Surge Capacity Force to help with Hurricane Harvey response.
Agencies shouldn’t shy away from recruitment, even when the government is going through a rough time
The Pentagon’s new Cyber Excepted Service will extend the probationary period for new employees to three years and give hiring managers more flexibility to recruit candidates.
The Homeland Security Department isn’t the only agency working on rescue and response to Hurricane Harvey. Other agencies are doing their part to help impacted victims in Texas in Louisiana.
Forcing transgender service members to leave could deal a critical blow to the military’s readiness and waste hundreds of millions of dollars.