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  • GSA's open office layout vulnerable to theft

    An after-hours inspection of open office space at the General Services Administration's central office revealed that sensitive information and personal items were readily accessible to thieves, according to a new report.

  • Former BOP employee sentenced in OWCP fraud case

    A former Bureau of Prisons employee was recently sentenced to more than a year in prison after being found guilty of fraudulently obtaining workers' compensation benefits by submitting more than 1,300 fraudulent reimbursement claims to the Department of Labor’s Office of Workers' Compensation Program, the Justice Department said.

  • DOD employees register lower job satisfaction

    Defense Department employees who responded to the 2014 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey indicated slightly lower levels of trust, organizational satisfaction and job satisfaction compared to last year's survey, a department official said.

  • DOD to create Ebola support team for use within U.S.

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel ordered the creation and training of a 30-person expeditionary medical support team that would be available to provide short-notice assistance to civilian medical professionals in the event of an Ebola incident in the United States.

  • Hiring is on for new postal jobs

    One union is urging its members to encourage any jobseekers they know to apply for new job openings that resulted from recent arbitration decision.

  • Millennials pose challenge for government employers

    FEND interviews two distinguished experts -- Kenneth Warren, professor of public administration at St. Louis University; and Richard L. Pacelle, Jr., professor of political science at the University of Tennessee -- to discuss the unique characteristics of the Millennial generation in the federal workplace.

  • AFGE calls for protective gear against Ebola

    The union that represents many of the federal workers who oversee borders and other points of entry into the United States is calling for more training and protective gear to safeguard those employees.

  • OPM encourages use of pay flexibilities in STEM hiring

    The Office of Personnel Management reminded agencies to use available critical position pay authorities to attract needed science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) job candidates.

  • VA touts growth of telehealth program

    Department of Veterans Affairs announced that more than 690,000 vets took advantage of its national telehealth programs during fiscal 2014.

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