The Federal-Postal Coalition sent a letter to President Obama today demanding that he ensure that better communication and credit monitoring services be provided to federal workers who were victimized by the OPM data breaches.
President Obama has issued a proclamation declaring May 3 – May 9 as “Public Service Recognition Week.”
The White House has released more details on President Obama’s plan for giving federal employees more paid parental leave.
President Obama will sign a presidential memorandum this week to give federal employees at least 6 weeks of paid sick leave when having a child.
President Obama has sent a letter to House Speaker John Boehner and Vice President Joe Biden for a 1 percent across-the-board pay increase for the federal workforce. Here is a copy of the letter describing the pay adjustments to take place in January 2015.
President Obama is moving forward to implement a one percent pay raise for federal employees in 2015.
President Obama has tried to emulate President Kennedy by making government “cool” again. Has the promise succeeded?
The White House released the president’s proposed budget for the 2015 fiscal year today. Here are some of the highlights that are likely to be of most interest to the federal workforce.
The president sent a letter to federal employees welcoming them back from the shutdown and thanking them for their service.
In a letter issued late Friday, the president has said that he is transmitting an alternate pay plan for an across the board pay increase of 1% for the federal workforce.