Just a matter of days after the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that an audit of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)’s internal controls and accounting procedures has found some deficiencies, the GAO reported on Tuesday that a survey of nonexecutive employees revealed concerns over fair treatment in the workplace.
A Pittsburgh area woman is facing charges for pointing a gun at several postal employees earlier this month.
In the wake of the Orlando shooting incident and a push for gun control in Congress for private citizens, the author asks why the federal government has been amassing weapons in some of its agencies.
An Iowa congressman has proposed legislation that would block Harriet Tubman from replacing President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.
As if Metro riders haven’t had enough obstacles this week, Tuesday’s heavy rainfall caused more problems for commuters.
Staff at Houston-area Veterans Affairs facilities improperly manipulated wait times for Texas veterans wishing to make a medical appointment, according to a federal report released Monday.
Four federal agencies have failed to implement key security precautions for their networks, “with almost all of the systems having weaknesses in all, or most, of the control areas,” according to an audit by the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
The Defense Department on Tuesday opened the door for allowing its civilian employees to phase into retirement, potentially jump-starting a government-wide program announced to much fanfare several years ago but little used since.