Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel this week ordered the military services to retrain, re-credential and re-screen all military recruiters and sexual assault prevention and response personnel.
The Internal Revenue Service released more information on how it will handle furloughs at the agency.
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The Merit Systems Protection Board has turned back a union request to review the policy underlying upcoming Defense Department furloughs.
After a year of being available as an option for federal employees, the popularity of the Thrift Savings Plan Roth-style investment account continues to grow.
The provisions of the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act apply to cases that were pending at the time of the bill's passage into law, according to a legal brief filed by the Office of Special Counsel.
The General Services Administration is making big strides in veterans hiring for the current fiscal year, according to a GSA blog item.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced Tuesday that the Defense Department would furlough most of its civilian employees for up to 11 days.
President Obama has given the Office of Personnel Management six months to develop a government-wide strategy for addressing any gender pay gap in the federal workforce.
A policy revision at the Transportation Security Administration will make supervisory transportation security officers eligible to receive partial reimbursement for professional liability insurance.
The National Treasury Employees Union announced that employees of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have elected the union as their exclusive representative.
Officials testifying at a House hearing examining how well OPM is processing retirement claims drew a picture of a system that is succeeding in cutting the claims backlog, but which also faces a decline in accuracy—and the possibility of losing gains to sequestration.
The U.S. Postal Service recorded a net loss of $1.9 billion in its second fiscal quarter ended March 31, USPS reported on May 10.
A group of Nevada lawmakers don’t want the mistakes of a few bad feds to prevent federal agencies from holding conferences and meetings in their resort cities.