GAO praised the administration’s implementatio of the President’s Management Agenda and the subsequent results – but cautioned there is still much to be done.
A recent hearing was held to discuss use of flexibilities in the federal government.
Retirement opens up numerous options. One option is the freedom to live where you want. Should you take advantage of this freedom? Here are some of the considerations.
Citizens in a free society also have an obligation to respect the opinions of others. A federal employee also represents our government and his agency in public and should act accordingly.
OPM will soon begin implementing the Federal Employee Dental and Vision Benefits Enhancement Act of 2004.
A federal employee ran in a nonpartisan election to become Mayor of Albuquerque. He now finds himself on the losing end of a court decision charging him with a Hatch Act violation.
Despite being mandated by law, federal agencies, as a whole, are failing to explain their performance to taxpayers.
The Postal Service seems headed for its most significant overhaul since 1970.
On April 18, the Office of Personnel Management and the Department of Defense will begin a 30-day “meet and confer” process with unions to discuss the issues of concern regarding the proposed National Security Personnel System.
TSP Open Season begins Friday, April 15.