I don’t know how things are where you live and work, but here in my almost-home-town, Washington District of Columbia, U.S.A, we have buildings that think, feel, react and talk. Sometimes they shout. And you own a piece of them.
Lawmakers last week introduced a bipartisan postal reform bill that aims to address the U.S. Postal Service's significant net losses and missed payments on its retiree health care prefunding, but the president of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association says this legislation is not the right solution.
Taxpayers will no longer be footing the bill for official portraits of former and current federal employees.
President Trump on March 28 tweeted that he will be replacing Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, who hours later published a “farewell” opinion piece in the New York Times.
President Trump has had private discussions with the Speaker of the House about his promised Southern U.S. border wall being funding with the U.S. military budget.
The #MeToo movement has put an increase in the workloads at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and additional funding in the fiscal year 2018 budget will help the agency deal with the growing number of workplace sexual harassment cases.
The Office of Management and Budget requested all agencies to submit reorganization and downsizing plans last September, but it has kept those submissions private, and a ranking lawmaker is asking — for a second time — that they be released.
The Social Security Administration has been led by acting commissioners for more than five years, and lawmakers are now urging President Trump to appoint permanent leadership at the agency.
The American Federation of Government Employees is speaking out against a plan for the Orlando airport that could leave more than one thousand Transportation Security Officers unemployed.
Sixteen lawmakers have been chosen to serve on a new budget committee aimed at fixing the “broken” budget process.