Reps. Steve Southerland (R-FL) and Trey Gowdy (R-SC) have introduced legislation that would put seniors, veterans, and active duty military first in line for receiving payments in the event that an agreement on the debt ceiling is not reached before the August 2 deadline.
According to a memo released by OPM Director John Berry to chief human capital officers, the Office of Personnel Management may approve pay increases for certain General Schedule employees in 2012, but only in select cases.
The House of Representatives has passed legislation intended to give more control to the states to regulate the nation’s water quality.
Rep Darrell Issa (R-CA) sent a letter to the APWU President requesting that the union cancel a television ad which he says is misleading.
Four members of Congress have introduced legislation designed to enhance the program that provides compensation to federal employees as a result of injuries or illnesses suffered on the job.
OPM has endorsed the Plain Writing Act of 2010 and offers federal employees a few tips on how to write their documents using “plain language.”
Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) introduced legislation on Thursday called the American Traveler Dignity Act that he says is a step towards moving the current airline security system under the TSA towards a private system run by the airlines and not by the federal government.
The Federal Aviation Administration reached an agreement with the National Air Traffic Controllers Union on Friday that reinforces existing FAA policy that prohibits controllers from sleeping while on duty.
141 White House staffers, or about 1 out of every 3, makes at least $100,000 a year, according to data released by the White House on Friday.
An amendment would require all legislation to be reviewed before it is considered by the Senate to prevent the duplicative and overlapping government programs.