Feds who work in the challenging field of law enforcement, and the organizations that represent them, are embracing legislation they hope—finally—might provide equity and inclusion for their colleagues across all agencies.
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The vast majority of feds are protected, at least in part, by the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989, the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act of 2012 and other federal laws.
Compared with veterans who have successfully retired from military service, post-9/11 veterans who did not retire fully from service face more challenges with access to health care experience more financial and social hardships, a new survey finds.
The House Oversight committee is set to markup provisions for the coming COVID-19 relief and recovery bill that includes new money to support emergency paid leave for civilian federal employees.
As part of an effort to create a more efficient civilian workforce at the Defense Department, one lawmaker wants to reduce the size of the agency.
A group of Senate Democrats led by Finance Committee chairman Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) introduced a bill on Wednesday to revamp state unemployment insurance technology by creating a set of shareable technology capabilities for benefits centered on user experience.