Lawmakers are concerned that EPA senior personnel have been conducting official government business through clandestine means.
Beef jerky roll-ups, a coffee break app, and robots playing with children… These are some of the items detailed in a new report released by Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) which identifies what he describes as “non-defense” spending taking place within DoD that he says should be cut.
Under new rules that went into effect this week, the MSPB will be better positioned to address non-complying agencies.
Congressmen Jeff Miller (R-FL) and Richard Burr (R-NC) have called for VA Chief of Staff John Gingrich to be removed from his position following an Inspector General report outlining excessive spending on recent conferences.
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.
Following on the heels of similar legislation introduced in the Senate, Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) has introduced legislation in the House that would ban the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from conducting aerial surveillance of farms throughout the country.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) has released a report documenting crimes committed by some of the Transportation Security Administration’s employees in an effort to demonstrate what it cites as failures to effectively screen the employees it hires.
The FLRA has announced a series of Town Meetings that practitioners should consider attending. On a sad note, a Federal labor relations giant passes.
Just how bad are the Postal Service’s losses? According to a real-time loss counter on Senator Tom Carper’s (D-DE) Web site, they are mounting by the thousands every second and amount to $25 million per day.
The TSP recently released the results of its participant survey conducted in October of 2011.