When it comes to the percentage of female representation in national legislatures, Congress is low on the list among industrialized countries
A budget cut at the U.S. Forest Service's Law Enforcement and Investigations Division (LEI) is hindering that component's mission, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).
Federal agencies need help with making smarter business decisions when it comes to travel.
The Air Force has launched a new online professional development tool for its civilian employees.
Beneficiaries of Tricare for Life soon will be getting letters notifying them of a new pharmacy pilot program.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers agree that the federal government's security clearance process needs to be fixed, but they are far apart on just how to do it.
The Office of Management and Budget said recent performance reports indicate that agencies across the government are improving in terms of setting and reaching priority goals.
The Defense Department later this year will start to enforce a previously optional policy regarding the reissuance of lost or stolen common access cards (CACs).
The International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers has asked the Office of Personnel Management to investigate a performance rating system at NASA that the labor group says has resulted in systematic racial discrimination.
The National Treasury Employees Union this week launched a yearlong media campaign to highlight the "direction connection between the work of federal employees and the quality of life in America."
The Senate finished up some major business on Wednesday, passing legislation to suspend the nation's borrowing limit, and approving a bill to repeal a reduction in retired pay for military retirees under age 62.
President Obama on Wednesday signed a previously announced executive order to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 for federal contract workers—and encouraged Congress to extend the increase to other workers, as well.
The House voted Feb 11 to repeal a recently passed reduction in retirement pay for military retirees under the age of 62.
The National Guard said that personnel in multiple states were gearing up for possible duty due to ice and snow storms forecast for across the eastern half of the country.