Do you use your government computer to search out “inappropriate material?” If so, your colleagues in the Justice Department would like to find out who you are.
An official of an AFGE local is likely to end up with losing his pay for 60 days and could still end up without a federal job as a result of engaging in political activity at work.
Combining the power of the internet with computer technology can be seductive. It can also be powerful and can threaten you federal job.
The disciplinary system for federal employees is cumbersome and time-consuming. Here are suggestions for fixing the system.
The FAA and NATCA don’t agree on the best way to wind up labor negotiations.
New federal employees are on probation. They can be easily terminated, at least in theory. But the system isn’t working, according to a new MSPB report.
The IRS has paved the way for increasing the rate paid to federal employees who drive on government business.
The Office of Special Counsel has filed a complaint against two federal employees contending their actions violated the Hatch Act.
Several large unions have withdrawn from the AFL-CIO, taking with them millions of dollars and millions of members. Federal employee unions have experienced substantial losses in power and members also.
As the Bush administration’s initiatives to establish “pay-for-performance” move toward implementation, questions and doubts prevail. (Part 3 of 3 in a series of articles on pay for performance).