In the coming weeks, the Trump administration is expected to release a plan to make sweeping changes to reorganize the federal government.
The Office of Personnel Management is giving federal agency human resource leaders some homework: a report on the critical need for cybersecurity workers and the root causes of the problem.
Twenty three lawmakers have penned a letter to President Trump asking him to rescind the three executive orders he issued last month that target federal workers.
The Office of Special Counsel issued its highest number in its 40-year history of decisions in favor of federal employees who made workforce complaints.
As of June 13, there were 13 unions representing federal employees a part of a lawsuit seeking an injunction from the court to block implementation of three executive orders issued by President Trump last month.
A major postal employee union has confirmed that the U.S. Postal Service will not be affected by recent workforce executive orders targeting official time and employee performance.
The maximum buyout for federal employees to leave government service has not increased since it was first authorized in 2002, and Senate lawmakers are trying to change that.
The U.S. Air Force has announced that it will be adding more days for parents to stay home after the adoption or birth of a child.
Federal agencies in the Washington D.C.-area are encouraged to allow workers to telework on June 12 as thousands of hockey fans pack the streets for a parade celebrating the team’s championship win.
The Office of Personnel Management is looking to invest in a technology that would better allow them to track current, potential and retired employees.
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