The National Weather Service has lifted a hiring freeze and training ban which critics claimed had left the service dangerously understaffed.
The Social Security Administration is offering early outs to eligible employee.
President Obama last week directed agencies to "lead by example" by giving equal treatment and consideration to federal job applicants who are unemployed or in financial difficulty through no fault of their own.
The head of the Transportation Security Administration said the agency will not arm its officers at airport screening checkpoints.
The General Services Administration said a new, favorable 15-year lease agreement will keep the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics at its current location in Hyattsville, Md.
Federal and military entities—from the Department of Homeland Security to NORAD—have played major roles in providing security for the Super Bowl.
A Senate committee this week postponed consideration of a postal reform bill after committee members were unable to resolve several key issues and proceed with the mark- up of the legislation.
In several years time, nearly one-third of career federal employees will be eligible to retire, according to a new report released Wednesday by the Government Accountability Office.
Six departments and agencies have banded together to launch a new online complaint system that lets veterans, service members and families provide feedback on problems with educational institutions that receive funding from federal military and veterans educational benefits programs.
In the wake of President Obama’s pledge in his state of the union address to use executive power wherever possible to "expand opportunity for American families," one union has issued a "top 10 list" of suggestions of ways the president can exercise that power to help federal employees.
A research organization that measures national customer satisfaction recorded a decline in citizen satisfaction with the services provided by the federal government in 2013.
The Department of Homeland Security has suspended the use of administratively uncontrollable overtime (AUO) for many of the estimated 28,000 DHS employees currently eligible for it.
President Obama will use his executive authority to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 for those working on new federal contracts for services.
Fewer feds participated in the Thrift Savings Plan last year, but despite the decline, assets rose to a record high.