A bipartisan bill that would have reformed the military justice system to take sexual assault cases out of the chain of command and assign them to independent military prosecutors failed in Senate.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General found that poor supervision allowed a former employee of the Veterans Benefits Administration to misuse official time, rack up tens of thousands of dollars in unauthorized travel expenses, and otherwise misuse his position and VA resources.
Three senators on Feb. 27 introduced legislation to prevent security clearance contractors from reviewing and approving their own background investigations.
A new report released this week offered details on a Food and Drug Administration surveillance program that monitored federal whistleblowers.
As of Thursday afternoon, more than 137,000 workers had pledged to telework next week as part of an annual effort sponsored by Mobile Work Exchange.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers agree that the federal government's security clearance process needs to be fixed, but they are far apart on just how to do it.
The International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers has asked the Office of Personnel Management to investigate a performance rating system at NASA that the labor group says has resulted in systematic racial discrimination.
Army investigators are alerting service members about a web-based scam that offers bogus benefits to falsely obtain access to soldiers' email accounts, online passwords and other information.
Sometimes a tweet is more than a tweet—such as when it's a Hatch Act violation.
The head of the Transportation Security Administration said the agency will not arm its officers at airport screening checkpoints.