No action has been taken on a recommendation to approve new locality pay areas in 2015.
What will the COLA be in 2015? Here is a quick summary. The percentage will be less than the increase of the average FEHB increase next year.
The federal government spent more than $775 million over three years on salaries for workers put on administrative leave.
The open floor plans and flowing work spaces popularized by the General Services Administration may have a downside – it’s easy to steal people’s stuff, according to a new report.
Some temporary and seasonal federal workers will be eligible for health insurance starting in January, says an Oct. 17 Office of Personnel Management final rule.
In an obscure corner of the federal bureaucracy, there is an office that is 990,399 cases behind.
Two federal contractors developing a treatment plant for radioactive waste have refused to hand over records related to the firing of a whistleblower who raised safety concerns, according to a government watchdog agency.