Several cabinet officials are likely to leave government service ahead of the expected flurry of investigations once Democrats take control of the House of Representatives in January.
The Office of Personnel Management, in a final rule published last week, has added six new locality pay areas for 2019.
The Office of Personnel Management’s retirement claim backlog fell in the month of November, after several months of increases.
Though the Office of Personnel Management still prohibits workplace discrimination based on gender identity, it has removed a guidance that was specific to protections for transgender federal employees.
The Office of Special Counsel has found that six White House employees violated the regulations that prohibit political activity during work hours.
The president has declared Dec. 5 a national day of mourning in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, and as a result the Postal Service will be suspending mail delivery on that day.
The federal government is taking steps to fill high-demand, skills-gap positions in tech by retraining employees already working within agencies without a cyber or IT background.
Federal employees affected by the 2015 Office of Personnel Management data breach will be getting an extension to their free credit report data monitoring services.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced a reset on a troubled software project needed to deliver education benefits to veterans, but can it get things on track in a year?
After going nearly all of 2017 without a quorum, the Merit Systems Protection Board will likely not be able to address its growing backlog of nearly 1,600 cases in 2018.
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