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  • Employees can now donate leave due to Hurricane Irma

    Similar to leave policy changes for employees affected by Hurricane Harvey, federal employees can now donate leave to co-workers affected by Hurricane Irma.

  • Feds receive anti-leaking training

    As part of the Trump administration’s order for anti-leaks training at all executive branch agencies, employees at the Environmental Protection Agency began their training this week.

  • HR officials pledge not to focus on cutting jobs

    Human resource leaders at several federal agencies have promised to fight to retain their current workforce, but noted that they will work with those employees whose positions have been consolidated to find new jobs within their agency.

  • VA leader that was rehired last month fired again

    The former director of Washington, D.C.’s veterans hospital who was rehired after he appealed his dismissal through the Merit Systems Protection Board, has been fired again under new regulations enacted by the Trump administration.

  • IG: Postal Service underestimating delayed mail

    The U.S. Postal Service has not been accurately reporting delayed mail, according to an Office of Inspector General report.

  • Group urges DOJ to investigate feds' use of Trump properties

    A watchdog group is asking the Department of Justice to investigate why federal employees have been allowed to use their government-issued charge cards to book rooms at several hotels owned by the Trump organization.

  • Federal Benefits Q&A

    Question: I retired under CSRS in 2009 at age 55. I currently receive social security benefit of $120/month. I plan on signing up for Medicare A&B in 2019. My income is such that I would qualify for the lowest Part B premium. Will it be possible to have my Medicare premium withheld from my Social Security benefit? And if so, will the SS benefit be adequate to pay for Medicare in perpetuity?

  • Number games

    Sort of a trick question: What is the most important thing to come out of Washington, D.C? (Remember, this is a family-friendly publication, so it’s not what you were going to say).

  • VA hospital employees demand agency to fill thousands of vacancies

    Veterans Affairs hospital employees staged protests at multiple facilities nationwide in recent weeks, demanding that the department expedite filling some 49,000 vacancies to ensure veterans receive the care they need.

  • Fed agencies play huge role in Harvey, Irma rescue efforts

    Federal employees in the tens of thousands are participating in the rescue and cleanup efforts in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

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