The National Treasury Employees Union has filed an unfair labor practice grievance against the Department of Health and Human Services for the agency’s refusal to negotiate a new contract and for ending several workplace programs.
An inspector general report has found that the Department of Homeland Security is failing to comply with whistleblower protection laws, and some ranking members of the House are urging further investigation.
The John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 includes a provision that gives federal agencies greater hiring flexibilities as part of an effort to attract a younger, highly-qualified workforce.
The General Services Administration gave federal employees a slight increase in business travel reimbursements for 2019.
A new policy change will prevent military and civilian workers who travel for work from being responsible for out-of-pocket expenses.
The National Treasury Employees Union has filed an unfair labor practice grievance with the Department of Health and Human Services for the agency’s refusal to negotiate a new contract and ending several workplace programs.
The U.S. Border Patrol on Aug. 9 announced that its acting chief will now serve as the permanent leader of the agency, who will also be the first woman in the position.
The U.S. Postal Service reported a $1.5 billion loss in the third quarter of fiscal 2018, along with a continuing decline in mail delivery.
Civilian federal employees who are working in Iraq will remain eligible for premium pay cap waivers until the end of the year.
A national arbitrator this week rejected changes the Postal Service made to its leave without pay rules that restricted employees’ ability to participate in political activities.
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