A new Government Accountability Office study finds that many private contract guards employed by the Federal Protective Service still lack the training required to properly protect federal facilities.
The Navy said it will release weekly overviews of alleged sexual assaults to increase transparency of its reporting on criminal proceedings.
The Office of Special Counsel confirmed the allegations of two Transportation Security Administration whistleblowers who said they had experienced retaliation after reporting wrongdoing at New York's Syracuse Hancock International Airport.
A new report reveals that hundreds of contract employees working for the Internal Revenue Service are not held to the IRS's own internal requirements to file federal tax returns on time and pay federal tax debt.
In an ironic twist, the furlough of Merit Systems Protection Board employees during the shutdwon has delayed the board's work on the appeals filed by employees who were furloughed because of sequestration.
U.S. Postal Service workers make up a large share of Federal Employees’ Compensation Act beneficiaries, and a new Government Accountability Office offers some details as to why.
A Senate bill, the Domestic Partnership Benefits and Obligations Act of 2013, would give same-sex domestic partners of federal employees the same benefits as legally married same-sex spouses.
The federal Thrift Savings Plan—after months of study—is moving to recognize spouses of federal employees who are in same-sex marriages.
Agencies have come out on top in initial furlough appeals adjudicated by the Merit Systems Protection Board.
The number of civilian federal workers who lost their lives while on the job last year increased—and many of those employees were postal workers, making it the most dangerous federal job.