Although the Office of Management and Budget asked for public input on its restructuring efforts, it now says it cannot find any such comments and one organization filed a lawsuit in response.
More federal employees are using official time to conduct union activities, according the latest report by the Office of Personnel Management.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., calls recent retirement cut proposals, “draconian,” but OPM Director Jeff Pon contends that he is bringing federal retirement benefits into the 21st century with his plan.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has lifted the State Department’s hiring freeze on foreign and civil services positions.
The U.S. Tax Code President Trump signed into law earlier this year excludes reimbursements or in-kind contributions made by employers to defray the cost of moving, and after some pushback from lawmakers, the General Services Administration has come up with a solution.
A new bill aims to protect feds affected by the 2015 Office of Personnel Management data breach, giving them a lifetime of identity theft protection coverage.
The House chaplain has rescinded his resignation and the speaker has sworn him back into office.
While the Office of Personnel Management director wants to make federal employee retirement benefits more in line with the public sector, one lawmaker says the proposed changes only make the federal government a less attractive employer than the private sector.
The Department of Homeland Security needs to hire thousands more port officers to help address the flow of opioids entering into the country.
Unlike many previous earnings reports, the U.S. Postal Service showed a small gain in total revenue, but its total net loss continued to grow in the second quarter.
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