Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer wants the Office of Personnel Management to describe how it will manage and oversee agency buyouts and early retirement offers.
The Navy is implementing new guidance to require protected sleep hours for sailors on ships.
The Postal Inspector General found that, in some districts, official time, while legal, got out of hand because it wasn’t managed properly.
What do buyouts at the Defense Department have in common with matsutake mushrooms? They are both very valuable and very rare.
Erin O’Brien, director of education and training services at the Wright State Research Institute, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access to discuss how the institute is preparing the next generation of intelligence analysts. September 22, 2017
The Air Force is still playing catch up in its pilot pipeline despite adding incentive benefits.
Daniel Payne, the director of the Defense Security Services, said the continuous evaluation program will have 1 million employees by 2018.
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.
The Trump administration wants to find out how many people work, as in really work, rather than are employed, at the U.N., the State Department and other federal agencies.
Both the Veterans Affairs and Interior Departments are moving federal employees out of Washington, D.C., and into consolidated regional offices.
The Veterans Affairs Department fires its D.C. medical center director, Brian Hawkins. This is the second time the department has attempted to fire Hawkins for “ineffective leadership.”
The president might call it “reorganization.” Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin might call it “modernization.” But the general principles are the same.
A half dozen Interior Department appointees were negotiating private sector jobs toward the end of the Obama administration.
Ever see the play Waiting for Godot? It’s about two smart guys who sit around for hours waiting for a guy named Godot who never shows up. That’s how many feds feel about buyouts.