Early this month, the so-called Commission on Care—a panel created under a 2014 law seeking answers on how best to deliver veterans healthcare—issued its final report, calling for a major shake-up to the Department of Veterans Affairs health care system. Since the report’s release, there has been growing controversy and—among federal employee unions and other major stakeholders—mostly opposition to the commission’s recommendations.
The American Postal Workers Union last week said that arbitration has resulted in a new contract with the U.S. Postal Service.
A major good governance nonprofit, the Partnership for Public Service, on July 19 will host an event to highlight and inform participants about how to use today’s vast wells of data to help fill federal jobs—efficiently and with the best applicants.
The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association this week said it has withdrawn its support for a bill aimed at moderating the effects of the Windfall Elimination Provision after lawmakers made changes which the group says substantially weakened the legislation.
A House panel this week advanced two bipartisan bills aimed at overhauling the U.S. Postal Service.
The National Treasury Employees Union last week condemned a House-passed funding bill which the union maintains will hinder the ability of three key agencies to perform their missions.
The American Postal Workers Union announced that arbitration has produced a new contract with the U.S. Postal Service.
The president of the American Postal Workers Union said the labor group expects a contract arbitration decision by mid-July.
The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association recently criticized the inclusion of a Medicare proposal in a discussion draft of postal reform legislation that debuted in the House last month.
The president of the American Federation of Government Employees issued a scathing criticism of a newly released report that calls for sweeping changes in the nation’s veterans health care system.