Tag: Current Events
OPM will honor the Federal Executive Institute’s flagship program Leadership for a Democratic Society, which will celebrate the graduation of its 20,000th participant.
While public service may still be a calling for many U.S. citizens who wish to serve their country and work for the common good, it’s still not enough of an incentive to attract college graduates, even for the “Class of 9/11,” according to a recent survey.
Internet blogs or posting services are a great way for people to communicate. But words are a powerful tool and one person’s well-founded complaint may just be unjustified whining to another reader. One group of federal employees found out how the internet may impact their working lives and their job security.
The House Government Reform Committee passed three bills that would increase the employee benefits for federal civilian and military workers.
GAO issued a special publication of answers to key questions about Social Security reform.
Defense Department releases 2005 BRAC recommendation that calls for shutting down 33 of 318 major military bases across the country.