Employee surveys show that, across government, senior executives have vastly different perceptions than those lower down the ranks have regarding critical workplace issues–including the fairness of promotions, the recognition and awards given for good job performance, and the way poor performers are handled.
The government has come as close as it can to blaming China for the OPM data breaches without actually blaming China. Should it place formal blame?
A family’s dog was run over by a postman in a family’s driveway in Hudson, Wis. They want to see some repercussions as they think the postal worker never had business being in the driveway, let alone driving fast enough to hit and kill their beagle Jack.
The Federal Trade Commission has warned that an add-insult-to-injury scam is being perpetrated on federal employees victimized by the breaches of Office of Personnel Management databases.
- Defiled Fed, You’re Clearly 'Hacked' Off, But What Can You Do To Protect Yourself?
- OPM Director Archuleta Resigns in Wake of Data Breaches
- What's Next for OPM?
- Legislation Introduced to Provide Free Lifetime ID Protection for Hack Victims
- Lawmaker Wants to Give OPM Hack Victims $5 Million in Identity Insurance
The State Department will hand over 5,000 pages of documents Tuesday to the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks on U.S. personnel in Benghazi, Libya, according to multiple media reports.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) gave low-income housing to millionaires, according to a recent audit.
A little known agency mishandled several billion dollars of stimulus money trying to expand broadband coverage to rural communities.