A bipartisan bill that would have reformed the military justice system to take sexual assault cases out of the chain of command and assign them to independent military prosecutors failed in Senate.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) introduced legislation that would allow federal agencies to hire job candidates who possess educational credentials or training from "alternative providers," rather than from a traditional college or university.
The American Postal Workers Union pounced on the news that Staples will close 225 of its office supply stores as evidence that a pilot program that places U.S. Postal Service retail counters in the stores is a flawed business strategy.
The General Services Administration announced that applications are being accepted for the third round of the Presidential Innovation Fellows program.
The National Association of Letter Carriers denounced the president's proposed fiscal 2015 budget, which the labor group said threatens tens of thousands of postal jobs.
The Department of Defense Education Activity said it would shutter four of its schools located at Fort Knox, Ky., at the end of the 2013-2014 school year, resulting in a reduction in force of about 100 DoDEA employees.
Officials at a Defense Department briefing March 4 offered insights into the rationale behind some of the decisions that shaped the department's fiscal 2015 budget proposal.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General found that poor supervision allowed a former employee of the Veterans Benefits Administration to misuse official time, rack up tens of thousands of dollars in unauthorized travel expenses, and otherwise misuse his position and VA resources.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking to hire more than 500 new special agents and analysts this fiscal year.
Labor organizations that represent federal employees responded to President Obama's fiscal 2015 budget proposal with reactions that ranged from plaudits to outright rejection.
The closing of national parks during the government shutdown in October likely cost communities around those parks more than $400 million in lost revenues, according to a new report from the National Park Service.
Telework efforts by federal agencies resulted in millions more in savings through productivity than expected.
The idea of another another round of base realignment and closures in 2017 stirs a range of reactions from lawmakers.
A move by Tricare to compel beneficiaries to obtain certain kinds of medical testing from military treatment facilities rather than through civilian medical providers has drawn the attention of a bipartisan group lawmakers concerned that the change may limit beneficiaries' access to the tests.