Are furloughs from shutdowns an expected job hazard of being a federal employee? One Congressman recently said it’s what federal workers “sign up for.”
Legislation that would prohibit federal employees from watching pornography while at work has taken another step forward in the road to becoming law.
Is legislation necessary to prohibit federal employees from watching porn at work? A recent investigation shows that the problem may be more widespread than one might realize.
Does the use of official time at the VA improve veterans’ care, and how much official time is actually used by employees? A recent House Committee hearing sought to find answers to these questions.
Legislation has been reintroduced in the House to prohibit federal employees from watching porn on their work computers.
Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) has set up an anonymous tip line to let federal employees express their frustrations about problems they see in their workplace.
A bill that would ban federal employees from viewing pornography on government computers has advanced passed the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
A bill introduced in the House would prohibit federal employees from accessing or watching pornographic material on government computers or devices.
Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) has introduced legislation that would prohibit federal employees from accessing pornographic or explicit material on government computers and devices.