Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) has announced that an agreement has been reached to ensure there won’t be a shutdown before the November elections.
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 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.
The Office of Personnel Management announced in a recent report that hiring of federal workers with disabilities by the government is at a 20 year high.
The political battle over federal pay and benefits continues to rage and may become an issue in the 2012 presidential election.
According to a recent GAO report, several recent federal pay studies vary widely in their conclusions and should not be taken in isolation when trying to determine how federal pay and benefits compare with other sectors.
The Partnership for Public Service has released a report which analyzes the agencies in government that are innovating well and those that are struggling to foster effective innovation.
The House voted Wednesday to repeal the federal health care law that was recently upheld by the Supreme Court.
With summer in full swing, one federal employment law attorney is reminding federal employees to be careful not to abuse sick leave requests for summer vacation time.
OPM has released its latest monthly report showing the status of how the agency is progressing with processing retirement applications.