Thirty years of luck and skill has led four Jacksonville-area U.S. Postal Service workers to become “Million-mile drivers” on Tuesday.
Alabama’s federal workers ranked among the highest in the country in terms of engagement according to the latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
Federal employees working in Maryland are more engaged with their work and organization than those in any other state, according to a new federal survey.
Federal workers and retirees who have health insurance through the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association’s (BCBSA) Federal Employee Program (FEP) will have lower out-of-pocket costs and the plan will provide incentives to enrollees who take advantage of wellness programs, BCBSA spokesperson Eric Lail told Atlantic Information Services, Inc.’s independently published AIS Report on Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans* in its November issue.
Republican senators are having some buyer’s remorse when it comes to new Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald, who was confirmed unanimously this summer.
The investigator leading the probe into the Secret Service’s 2012 prostitution scandal quietly resigned in August after he was implicated in a prostitution entanglement of his own, according to a published report.
On Tuesday, undercover agents from the Department of Homeland Security entered a tiny boutique lingerie store in Kansas City called Birdies. The shop was selling cotton panties that bore the phrase “Take the Crown” and an artistic rendering of the Royals logo designed by one of its co-owners, Peregrine Honig.