Children, the elderly and letter carriers, in that order, are most likely to be bitten by a dog. Last year 3,000 letter carriers were bitten while delivering the mail.
The Postal Service is honoring a former Postal Service employee and author Richard Wright who is best known for his literary work published in the 1940’s.
Many readers recycle discarded items in their home. The Postal Service is now providing recycling with 5900 recycling bins across the country.
Building maintenance is not a sexy topic but the federal government has a lot of buildings and maintaining them is very expensive. The National Tech Training Center competition, held by the Postal Service, may yield substantial savings as the agency looks for ways to find building problems. The winner of the the receng competition is a building equipment mechanic and is now known as the National Predictive Maintenance Challenge Infrared Thermography Champion.
FLRA Chairman and member confirmed by the Senate providing a quorum that permits decisions to be issued. The nomination for General Counsel at the FLRA is still pending.
OPM director Linda Springer has announced in an email to employees that she is leaving the agency in August.
Senior federal officials sometimes have a reputation or image for being far removed from the average American. This HHS official took a different approach.
FBI agents have raided the Office of Special Counsel and the home of Special Counsel Scott Bloch.
The recent publicity about charge card abuse by federal employees outlined in a GAO report has been reported in news media all over the country. The Office of Management and Budget has new guidance for federal agencies telling them steps they must take to get a handle on the problem.
A recent news article on the FLRA site refers to the absence of an FLRA General Counsel. The site does not indicate where she may be though.