The author says that the government does a poor job of dealing with its poor performing employees, however, he says that making it easier to fire federal employees is not the answer.
The Obama administration now is playing down its May interpretation of a 1972 education law that directed schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom matching their gender identity.
The FBI is looking into a computer hack targeting a fundraising organization for Democrats running for Congress, according to a published report.
Then-IRS chief Steven Miller threw his pencil across the room and yelled, “Oh, s—t” when he was told in the spring of 2012 that his agency had been targeting Tea Party groups for heightened security, according to newly released documents.
U.S. safety inspectors are generally unable to conduct unannounced inspections of foreign repair stations where most airlines send their planes for major repair work, and sometimes must cancel inspections for lack of funds, according to a government watchdog.
The author says that to be successful in any area of your life or career, you must become an attractive person. She outlines 10 steps that can be used to help you achieve more personal success.
A volatile stock market and current events are making TSP investors nervous. Federal employees pulled more than $2 billion from their TSP stock funds in June. As is often the case, these attempts to time the market haven’t turned out so well.
The author says that since traveling Americans will spend much of their time waiting in security lines at airports, the lines should be named after the politicians who enacted legislation to create the long security procedures and wait times.