Members of the American Federation of Government Employees took to Capitol Hill this week, to rally against the proposed pay freeze and cuts included in the president’s 2019 budget request.
If you’ve been a government employee for more than month, you know what a shutdown is, and if you haven’t just wait.
Some proponents of an apolitical civil service argued that what President Trump argued for in his State of the Union address would turn federal workers into at-will employees.
The Veterans Affairs Department recently clarified its disciplinary data, which the department posts publicly on its website every two weeks.
President Donald Trump wants the VA Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act, which he signed into law last summer, to serve as a model for other agencies.
In his first State of the Union, President Donald Trump highlights VA’s success with removing 1,500 employees under the June 2017 law.
When Congress isn’t negotiating on spending caps or budget deals for this fiscal year and the next, members are considering other pieces of legislation that could have an impact on your work.
The Merit Systems Protection Board says workforce reductions under the Trump administration’s government reorganization effort could add to its workload — at time when the agency still lacks a quorum.
Navy could announce 21 weeks of paternity leave as soon as next month, but the boost would require a change in DoD policy.
Mark Robbins, the lone member and chairman of the Merit Systems Protection Board, has personally voted on 750 petitions for review since the agency lost its second member last January. Robbins’ term expires in March.
Six out of every 1,000 new supervisors fail their probationary periods, according to a new analysis from the Merit Systems Protection Board.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld a decision from the Merit Systems Protection Board, which said the Veterans Affairs Department could put one of its indicted employees could be put on indefinite suspension.
The Justice Department makes clear its attempt to ban transgender military enlistment is on hold
Isabel Cottrell, an associate at The Federal Practice Group, explains how the EEOC handles sexual harassment claims.