The Government Printing Office published notice of its plan to send a request to Congress and OPM for buyout authority for 330 of its employees.
The House Subcommittee on Social Security recently examined the 2011 Annual Report of the Social Security Board of Trustees that was released in late May and released some of the highlights that were found.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) has introduced a bill intended to rein in the litigation power of the National Labor Relations Board.
The Partnership for Public Service, in conjunction with Deloitte, has released the results of an analysis done on OPM’s 2010 employee survey which revealed that, overall, women are slightly less satisfied than men in nine out of ten workplace categories.
As the Postal Service continues to struggle with financial losses, it has come to an agreement with the American Postal Workers Union on a tentative March 14 labor agreement that will save $3.8 billion, largely via pay and benefits cuts.
Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe testified before a Senate subcommittee on May 17 that in its current financial state, the Post Office does not have the funds necessary to make a $5.5 billion pre-payment for retiree benefits due later this year.
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The Postal Service has released statistics for 2010 highlighting the worst cities for dog attacks on mail carriers.
Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-IL) has introduced the Congressional Pay Accountability Act which, if passed, would require members of Congress to pass a budget before they could be paid.
The Republican Study Committee has released a budget proposal that would make $9.1 trillion in spending cuts, some of which would impact federal employees.