Congressman Jeff Miller (F-FL) is introducing legislation that would give the Department of Veterans Affairs secretary sweeping new authority to fire corrupt or incompetent employees for cause.
Have you ever considered a career change later in life? Here’s why it could prove valuable to your earning potential.
The Passport Agency has instituted a ban on bringing cellphones to work.
If you have an IRA and are too successful or aggressive with your investing, you may hear from the IRS.
Congress on Thursday took a first, perhaps historic step toward phasing out the 20-year-or-bust retirement system the U.S. military has used to shape and retain its career forces since the end of World War II.
Federal employees will soon see the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey dropping it their inboxes. The annual survey is meant to measure the job satisfaction of federal employees.
An investigation by a Tampa news station has revealed that some federal employees have been abusing their government fuel cards. Some are charging taxpayers for gas in their personal cars, while others sell it through organized crime rings.
Investigations have been launched at two universities over accusations that fraternity members taunted wounded war heroes, urinated on an American flag, and spit on a wounded veteran and his service dog in Panama City Beach, Florida.
More than 100 demonstrators, some of them armed, reportedly surrounded the Bureau of Land Management’s Medford, Oregon district office Thursday to protest the agency’s regulations against a rural gold mine.