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Eight former regional directors of the Federal Labor Relations Authority say the agency’s plan to close two regional offices by the end of the fiscal year is a blow to efficiency and may undo recent progress in the labor-management community.
AFGE members said they won’t back down until the Education Department agrees to return to the bargaining table.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has $15 million more to spend for the rest of fiscal 2018 compared to previous years.
As the Trump administration plans major changes to the current hiring and firing systems, federal experts say government can’t solve without addressing the other.
Employees say the Veterans Affairs Department’s interpretation of the Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act doesn’t give them enough time to improve performance.
AFGE is pursuing legal action over the the Veterans Affairs Department’s implementation of the VA Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act.
The Education Department ended negotiations on Friday with the American Federation of Government Employees and instead announced plans to implement its own terms. AFGE said it hasn’t agreed to those terms.
If the Senate confirms President Donald Trump’s nominee to the Merit Systems Protection Board, it would restore a quorum after a year-long gap.
Two members of Congress have introduced separate bills that would extend expedited disciplinary and removal procedures to employees and senior executives at the Education and Labor Departments.
The Office of Special Counsel reminds agencies of employee whistleblower rights, as the Justice Department tightens its control on communication to Congress.