Union asks OPM and OMB to abide by six conditions before telling federal workers to go back to the office
The Association of Administrative Law Judges has become the second federal sector union to sue the Federal Service Impasses Panel.
A Philadelphia AFGE local alleges that stress on the VA system has led workers to risk reprimand for working off-hours and that the Veterans Benefits Administration won't share contingency plans with employees.
A major federal employee union is blasting the White House for some of the president’s recent tweets on the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a new document, the federal government explains plans to align a reopening of all federal agency functions and a return to in-person work.
The American Federation of Government Employees issued a letter April 16 to Congress opposing parts of the proposed Expanding Acquisition Reform Act, which seeks to formalize DOD's zero-based budgeting process.
Postal unions are fighting back on multiple fronts against the ravages of COVID-19—both to the health of employees and to its dwindling revenue stream.
As more patients and staffers contract coronavirus infections, employees are seeking more personal protective equipment, collaboration with management and hazard pay.
The good-government nonprofit Project on Government Oversight (POGO) is asking for anonymous tips from feds (and the public), to help to quickly identify and rectify ongoing problems in the coronavirus response.
The national union alleges that "thousands of feds" likely exposed to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 while on the job.