The Trump administration’s efforts to reduce or even remove appeals rights for many feds continues, as does a massive effort by fed advocates to prevent further erosions of protections.
A group of House Democrats including Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) are pushing for appropriators to block the implementation of the Schedule F federal employee reclassification in a must-pass funding bill needed to avoid a government shutdown.
More than two weeks after Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election by the Associated Press, the General Services Administration is releasing $7.3 million in transition funding and making other resources available to the president-elect's team.
In a win for the National VA Council, the Federal Labor Relations Authority dismissed the VA's exceptions to an arbitrator's award that requires it to reinstate union employees fired without performance improvement plans.
The holiday season is upon us, and it is a perfect time to reflect on everything we, as Federal employees, are grateful for: family, friends, good health, and the honor serving the American people. Many of us are fortunate and grateful for that every day.
Although the move to telework has presented challenges, agency officials told senators at a hearing emphasized the benefits in terms of hiring and productivity.
The members of the National Federation of Federal Employees have re-elected their president, Randy Erwin, for a second term.
The union's blueprint for immediate action joins with NAPA's working group on the federal workforce in calling for the next director of OPM to abandon a regulation-heavy approach.
Turmoil within the upper reaches of the Trump administration continues in the aftermath of the president's continuing upset and pushback over the failure of recounts and court filings to alter the result of the recent presidential election--an election that, though not yet certified, he has lost according to news reports and state elections officials.