Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-KS) has introduced legislation that would cut pay of members of Congress by five percent and also eliminate future cost of living adjustments.
President Obama has issued a memorandum intended to prevent and combat violence in the federal workplace. It will require federal agencies to develop policies to address the effects of domestic violence and provide assistance to employees who are experiencing domestic violence.
The Senate Budget Committee is using a federal employee pay freeze as a model for its budget blueprint.
How much do leaders of federal employee advocacy groups make? Recent data from the National Journal provides some answers.
According to a recent national survey, a significant percentage of American adults believe that federal employees have it easier and earn more money than private sector workers. FedSmith.com users are not in agreement.
According to one attorney who represents federal employees, the recent scandal that has plagued the General Services Administration should serve as a wake up call to federal employees who conduct business travel.
A provision buried inside of a federal highway bill would authorize denial, revocation, or limitation of passports of individuals who are seriously tax delinquent.
The House has passed the Ryan budget plan for FY 2013 which includes extending the pay freeze until 2015, reduces the size of the federal workforce, and increases federal employees’ pension contributions.
The Federal-Postal Coalition is urging House members to vote against the recently proposed FY 2013 budget proposal released by the House Budget Committee.
The Republican Study Committee has released a budget blueprint for FY 2013 which would mandate increased pension contributions for all federal workers rather than just new hires.