The top federal employee and retiree charity fund drive—the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area—kicked off with an event in downtown D.C.
Chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md.), a civil rights champion and long-time federal employee advocate, has died at the age of 68.
A major federal employee union is again raising concerns about the current administration’s tack toward employee relations with civil servants—and the unions that represent them.
Each year, starting on the second Monday of November and continuing through the second Monday of December, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) sponsors a benefits “open season” in which federal employees and annuitants make decisions regarding which health insurance, dental insurance and vision insurance plans they want to be enrolled in during the upcoming plan year.
The good government group Partnership for Public Service has issued its latest report card on the state of the federal government—specifically, on the services government provides to the public—and the results are decidedly mixed.
The Federal Insurance Deposit Corporation announced that employees would be given parental paid leave, a six-week benefit for the adoption, fostering, or birth of a new child.
Federal workplace legal experts contend that some feds may face extraordinary tough choices on the job in the coming weeks and months.
A top union is reminding federal employees to be on guard for illegal changes in the rules governing their workplaces—illegal changes that, in these times, might be ordered by management.
Federal agencies are getting creative as they look to replace retiring employees with new hires.
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