NAATS given hope by dispute resolution office in its bid to challenge results of A-76 competition won by Lockheed Martin…
Ceremonies planned to mark 10th anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
Proponents of the Department of Defense’s proposed National Security Personnel System received a little good news Tuesday with an endorsement of sorts from the Government Accountability Office.
Some readers are looking forward to a happy early retirement. Others are anxious and some are upset their career plans have not led to ample savings to enjoy retirement after working for Uncle Sam
GAO has been asked to investigate DoD’s response to anthrax scare…
Change comes slowly to a large, bureaucratic organization. The proposed changes to the civil service structure in DoD are no exception. The public relations battle is just the first round.
Liberal leave has been granted to federal workers who wish to observe services for the Pope.
Bush Announces recipients of 2004 Presidential Rank Award winners.
This is our response to an anonymous comment from a reader who says the author incorrectly characterized an allegation he was in a bar fight.
CMS undergoes an extreme hiring makeover that could help key the agency’s success in meeting new legislative challenges.