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  • Panel subpoenas Secret Service agents

    The announcement by the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that he has subpoenaed two Secret Service agents to testify before the panel has drawn a strong response from the head of the Department of Homeland Security.

  • Troops need to use excess ordinary leave by end of FY 2015

    Defense Department officials are advising service members that they will automatically lose any accumulated ordinary leave in excess of 60 days on Oct. 1, the beginning of the 2016 fiscal year.

  • OSC aids BOP employees in wake of disclosures

    The Office of Special Counsel said it aided two Bureau of Prisons employees after their managers assigned them to inappropriate office spaces shortly after they made whistleblower disclosures.

  • NTEU opposes plan to downsize FCC Enforcement Bureau

    A federal employees union is opposing a Federal Communications Commission Enforcement Bureau plan to cut and relocate as many as 30 inspectional engineers and compliance specialists, and close 16 FCC enforcement field offices across the country.

  • Former federal agents charged with stealing Bitcoin currency

    Two former federal agents have been charged with wire fraud and money laundering for allegedly stealing Bitcoin digital currency during their participation in an investigation of an online black market.

  • DOD caregiver database contract to end, discounts to take effect

    A free program that helps military families obtain caregiver services will continue to be available at a discounted cost after the government's contract with the provider expires this summer.

  • AFGE reiterates call for TSA law enforcement unit

    An attack on airport screeners at a Louisiana airport has led the union that represents those employees to renew its call for the creation of a special unit of the Transportation Security Administration charged with protecting its officers and the public.

  • VA touts disability claims processing progress

    The Department of Veterans Affairs said it has hit a "major milestone" in its effort to speed up decision-making and trim its backlog of disability claims.

  • Some N.D. feds to get pay hike

    The Office of Personnel Management increased pay rates for skilled trades employees at 10 work locations in North Dakota and Montana, according to the American Federation of Government Employees.

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