Archive for July, 2012
The House voted Tuesday to approve the Federal Employee Tax Accountability Act, legislation which takes aim at the nearly 100,000 federal workers who collectively owed about $1 billion in back taxes in FY 2009.
Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) have introduced legislation to establish, monitor and improve customer service delivery across federal agencies.
A U.S. citizen claiming to have been victimized by extraordinary detention and interrogation in Iraq will not be able to sue the former Defense Secretary personally for violation of his constitutional rights according to this recent appeals court decision.
The US Postal Service said in a statement released today that it will not make mandated upcoming prefunded payments to the Treasury, but that the action will not affect its day-to-day operations.
A recent GAO report highlights challenges the Department of Defense will face in any attempts to downsize its civilian workforce and urges agency decision makers to maintain the right number of civilian employees with the right skills.