A congressional task force charged with improving government efficiency is proposing to eliminate the “simultaneously immoderate and unstable” Federal Employees' Retirement System and to make improvements to the federal government workforce.
The Senior Executives Association will host its Executive Women in Government event next month—a leadership summit dedicated to women as leaders, and featuring on-point speakers, panel discussions and networking opportunities for all.
Public-sector unions are taking a wait-and-see approach after early endorsements in the 2016 cycle.
A key labor-management panel this month has ruled against federal employee unions on dues collection practice—and the union clawback against the move has begun.
The White House is exploring ways to push back against collective bargaining by federal employees at the Defense Department.
In a blow to federal unions, the Federal Labor Relations Authority ruled on Feb. 14 that federal workers could stop paying union dues at any time, instead of observing the current practice of letting employees elect to withhold dues once a year.
New federal employees will contribute more toward their retirement under a recent proposal that increases the minimum automatic employee contribution rate.
The federal government's top management official is leaving the Office of Management and Budget for a job in the private sector.
A new bill would update federal workforce law to allow more employees to take advantage of a paid parental leave benefit.
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