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 Merit Systems Protection Board has turned back a union request to review the policy underlying upcoming Defense Department furloughs.
It's nearly that time again. That's right, we're talking about National Dog Bite Prevention Week ...
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.
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.
Attorneys representing nine organizations filed a petition with Transportation Security Administrator John Pistole seeking to rescind plans to allow passengers to carry certain knives onto aircraft.
The Defense Department this week unleashed a flurry of activity in the wake of allegations of misconduct by the Air Force officer in charge of the service’s sexual assault prevention and response effort.
More than 112,000 federal employees participated in a yearly teleworking event this past March—66 percent more than participated in 2012,
Twenty-four federal employees were indicted on April 17 for fraudulently receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of government benefits.
VA has implemented a plan to improve recordkeeping processes at a facility in western New York after several medical record technicians blew the whistle on shoddy handling of files there.