A federal employee with the Department of Labor has pleaded guilty to obtaining nearly $200,000 through multiple fraud schemes.
Federal employees challenging the COVID mandate went to different courts to challenge the constitutionality of the mandate. The courts have reached different decisions in two different cases.
When an Air Force official testified at arbitration that he had consulted two family members about the fired employee’s defense, he threw a wrinkle into the agency’s case.
A federal employee at the Social Security Administration is facing allegations that he created fake children to steal benefits of actual deceased individuals.
Two former VA employees pleaded guilty to a $2.9 million purchase scheme they conducted using fictitious companies and purchase orders.
A Treasury Department employee who accessed agency personnel data to try to find support for a claim against the agency found himself in trouble.
Five current or former IRS employees have been charged with defrauding COVID-19 relief programs to use funds for things like luxury cars, clothes, and trips to Vegas.
The Justice Department has issued a legal opinion making its case for why it believes that the VA can legally provide abortion services even when they contradict state laws.
A Michigan man is heading to prison after he lied to VA employees about his physical condition and used a wheelchair as a prop to fraudulently obtain benefits.
A federal employee at the VA Medical Center has been indicted on charges of distributing explicit content involving children over the agency’s public WiFi network.