The Department of Defense will continue downsizing its civilian workforce levels to fiscal 2010 levels for at least another six years.
The chairman of a House Armed Services subcommittee and more than 20 other House members are questioning how the Defense Department came to recently find an apparent surplus in health care funds.
Federal employee unions will continue to push for a cap on federal contractor pay after recent effort failed to make it through a Defense spending bill.
Almost 1.7 million veterans and service members have registered for a web portal that provides military and veterans with online information and access to benefits resources.
The first comprehensive report on veterans' and service members' access to post-traumatic stress disorder care finds that improvements are needed in programs that prevent, identify and treat the condition.
A senior Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee late last month introduced legislation that supports spousal benefits for same-sex couples in the military.
Agencies last week were reminded of new requirements to treat soon-to-be-discharged military service members as preference eligible for the purpose of applying for federal jobs.
Air Force human resources announced it has added a new feature to its online benefits system to allow appropriated fund civilian employees to request benefits-related actions online.
A federal appeals court has upheld the right of federal unions to negotiate certain issues pertaining to how competitive service employees are affected by reductions in force.
The Air Force this month merged three field operation agencies that serve complimentary functions.