Two Oklahoma lawmakers are sponsoring a bill that would make it easier for temporary Defense Department employees to apply for vacant, permanent positions within the department.
Capital gains and losses resulting from the sale of capital assets during the year are reported on an individual’s tax return. This first of three columns explaining the reporting of capital gains and losses, discusses what a capital asset is, how the holding period of a capital asset is defined, and federal capital gain tax rates.
The Defense Department said a new software operating system will help it improve its cybersecurity stance and streamline its information technology operating environment.
March is a month that we honor and celebrate the many contributions women have made in America. This recognition of women started in 1982 as Women’s History Week.
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The Transportation Security Administration this month cut the ribbon on a new $12 million canine training center in Texas at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.
The Office of Personnel Management last week notified agency managers to be mindful of Zika virus risks for employees on frequent travel.
Legislation that that would let agencies review and select job candidates from other federal agencies' "best qualified lists” of applicants headed to the president’s desk after clearing Congress March 8.
The Office of Personnel Management announced that the new Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey will begin going out to agencies in two waves beginning at the end of April.
Customs and Border Protection is suffering from chronic staffing shortages, causing unsustainable overtime and inadequate work breaks for many at the agency, according to the National Treasury Employees Union, which represents thousands at CBP.
Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) this month introduced legislation that would strengthen civil rights protections that shield federal employees from being discriminated against because of sexual orientation or gender identity.