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.
EPA advocates say recovery efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are proof of how important it is to have a fully-funded public health agency.
Communication and transparency during the government reorganization process is going well for some, and not for others.
Randy Silvey, president Silverlight Financial, encourages federal employees to take specific steps to push back against proposed budget cuts.
AFGE and NFFE say they have not had a substantive seat at the table during the drafting of HUD’s reform plans.
NTEU is launching a multi-media campaign to change the way the average American voter thinks about the federal workforce.
More than 200,000 U.S. Postal Service employees have just received their first two catch-up cost-of-living adjustments, and will soon receive their third COLA.
Former agency leaders urge collaboration, perseverance as government reorganization heads into fiscal 2018.
George Nesterczuk, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the director of the Office of Personnel Management, has been waiting to be confirmed since May.
FEMA has a limited view into the allegations of misconduct that come from the agency’s employees, because it lacks both the case management system and the written disciplinary policies to address misconduct from its cohort of temporary workers.
The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs committee passed the TSP Modernization Act of 2017, along with a handful of other bills that could soon affect the lives and careers of the federal workforce.
The Republican Study Committee released its own take on the fiscal 2018 budget, which includes several cuts to federal pay, retirement and health benefits. Here’s how the committee’s budget proposal measures up to other recommendations from the Trump administration and other House lawmakers.
The agency could downgrade, transfer, reassign or involuntarily separate up to 405 employees as part of the workforce shuffle.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is preparing reductions in force (RIFs) to employees at three offices at the agency. An NRC spokesman said the agency is looking at alternatives to RIFs, but it sent an initial 120-day notice to the National Treasury Employees Union, which represents many NRC employees.