Citing pay parity and COVID-19 resiliency, lawmakers urge Appropriations Committee to rethink planned 1% increase.
Amid an uneven rollout of safety procedures and hundreds of COVID-19 infections, the American Federation of Government Employees is pushing workplace rights, protections and benefits for Transportation Security Administration employees.
The Office of Personnel Management proposed regulations to establish a new locality pay area for Des Moines, Iowa, and to include Imperial County, in the Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif., locality pay area.
The annual survey of federal employees on work and workplaces -- already postponed two months -- will now be delayed until Sept. 14.
Unions blast decision to allow workers to discontinue their payments at outside the traditional annual "window."
Senators from Maryland and Virginia have voiced their opposition to the federal government’s plan to require agency workers in the National Capital Region to return to their workplaces.
In his answers to an AFGE questionnaire, former Vice President Joe Biden outlined his views on collective bargaining, federal employee pay and benefits, furloughs and discrimination.
The House Appropriations Committee's Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee's bill would codify language to block merging the Office of Personnel Management and General Services Administration -- an administration goal that has drawn opposition from congressional Democratic leaders.
A new law allows the VA to increase pay for certain high-level officials, an authority vital to attracting and keeping talent, Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said.
With the number of COVID-19 cases rising in Texas, the National Treasury Employees Union is raising concerns with Customs and Border Protection’s plan to rotate in more than 800 CBP officers from other ports to assist with border patrol.
Federal agencies -- especially those in the Washington, D.C., region -- are returning employees to their regular workplaces at a faster clip than most private-sector employers, according to a report.
The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its insider threat program to go beyond scrutinizing individual with access to classified materials to encompassing "all those with past or current access to DHS facilities, information, equipment, networks, or systems."
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Furlough notices are going out to employees at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.
A new Government Accountability Office review of recruiting and retention efforts to increase the number of employees with disabilities at federal agencies shows some bright spots, such as improved recruiting, but it also finds ample room for improvement, most pointedly in retention.
Embattled Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board Chairman Michael Kennedy’s last day on the job was June 30.
Protecting against COVID-19 is about trying to translate new general guidelines into day-to-day workplace practices that work at controlling the virus.
The Defense Department has moved to Phase 2 of its multiphase reopening plan for the Pentagon reservation.
On June 26, President Donald Trump signed an executive order requiring federal agencies to update their job qualification standards and candidate assessments.