OMB just released a report stating that public-private competitions conducted in 2004 will yield $1.4 billion in savings over the next five years.
It may be a surprise to managers in federal agencies but most readers in a recent survey think a dress code for federal employees is a good idea.
The Department of Defense announced its plans to postpone implementation of its new personnel management system to incorporate some changes based on input received during recent meet-and-confer meetings with federal unions.
Retiring with the security of having a federal retirement check coming in gives you options that many Americans can only dream about. Having options still requires common sense and good judgment–and knowing what will make you happy.
Federal government employees and military personnel donated $257 million to the Combined Federal Campaign in 2004, a record for the annual charity drive.
GSA released a draft copy of its reorganization plan that will consolidate the Federal Technology Service and the Federal Supply Service into one operational unit to streamline federal acquisition services.
The General Services Administration has posted the maximum per diem allowances for travel in foreign areas on its website for fiscal year 2005.
Although the Department of Defense has now released certain classified materials concerning the process for its BRAC recommendations, two senators said what was released was insufficient.
OPM takes first steps to award deserving senior executives with the Presidential Rank Award…
Both the C and S funds were up in May along with the F fund and, of course, the usual safe performance of the G fund.