While about 171,000 beneficiaries as of Oct. 1 will be no longer be eligible for Tricare Prime, a managed care option, Tricare is assuring those beneficiaries that they are not losing insurance coverage.
More federal employees are reporting that their employers are cutting workers and trimming the workforce, a poll said.
Federal employees' satisfaction with agency leadership is slipping, a new report says.
The American Federation of Government Employees on April 4 aimed barbs at the Defense Department for awarding billions of dollars in contracts in March even as DOD civilian employees look forward to furloughs.
The federal government’s human resources management agency soon may be without key leadership.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va,) said he will introduce a bill aimed at helping military service members transition from active duty to jobs in the civilian workforce.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will voluntarily subject his own pay to furlough levels, according to a Pentagon spokesman.
Customs and Border Protection announced it is postponing implementation of previously planned furloughs and de-authorization of administratively uncontrollable overtime.
Federal agencies may lose a key recruiting tool next fiscal year as part as the government's plan to curb spending.
The sequester has hit the White House, with several offices within the Executive Office of the President sending out furlough notices to staff members.
In addition to planning furloughs to offset across-the-board budget cuts, some agencies also are scaling back on overtime, furthur compounding the effect of the sequester on employees.
A former District of Columbia Air National Guard civilian technician was awarded $231,425 in damages as a result of sexual harassment she experienced while serving at Andrews Air Force Base.
The heads of two House subcommittees are asking the Transportation Security Administration to provide them with information concerning a new contract for the purchase of millions of dollars worth of new uniforms.
Furloughs at the Defense Department will not begin until mid- to late June, according to a news report from the department.