In response to years of frustration over the Defense Department’s handling of sexual assault cases, a senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee is considering making a major change to its legal framework.
A collaboration between a local chapter of largest federal employees union and the National Science Foundation will allow more NSF employees in the nation’s capital to take advantage of valuable child care subsidy.
Feds who work in the challenging field of law enforcement, and the organizations that represent them, are embracing legislation they hope—finally—might provide equity and inclusion for their colleagues across all agencies.
Although workplace safety is top of mind, the American Federation of Government Employees wants Congress to pursue action beyond the reversal of Trump workforce policies.
The Office of Personnel Management is nudging agencies to get moving on applying several recently mandated enhancements to pay and benefits for feds—improvements that were clarified in funding bills passed at the end of last year.
While veterans are technically considered those who served honorably in the active duty military for at least 20 years, are receiving military-retiree pay or have been medically retired, there are also those who left service before retirement and do not receive the same level of benefits as those who did.
Dangerous weather conditions, including snow and ice has reached the nation’s capital, causing local federal employees to take heed.
This month, lawmakers in the House re-introduced the Rights for the Transportation Security Administration Workforce Act. This bill would extend federal workplace coverage protections to TSA employees.