A Veterans Affairs employee, claiming to be a protected whistleblower, was removed for mishandling a radiological substance, the very activity that he had blown the whistle on with regard to others at his facility.
A bill that would penalize a federal employee’s pension when acting primarily as a union representative has advanced in the House.
A Postal Service letter carrier has been convicted of identity theft and access device fraud.
Customs and Border Protection has released two requests for proposal seeking bids to build multiple border wall prototypes.
The House has passed legislation designed to improve the VA’s ability to hire and retain quality federal employees.
The House passed legislation that would make it easier to fire VA employees for misconduct or poor performance as well as allow the agency Secretary to reduce employee pensions under certain conditions.
The Postal Service Reform Act has been given a small push forward in the legislative process.
President Trump has released his budget proposal for 2018. It calls for significant discretionary spending cuts in many agency budgets, but some agencies will see budget increases over 2017.
Legislation that would require formal regulations to be issued to reimburse federal employees for using ride sharing services has cleared a Senate Committee.