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Lawmakers introduce legislation to protect transgender servicemembers

House lawmakers have introduced legislation that would prohibit the Defense Department from involuntarily separating or denying reenlistment opportunities to transgender servicemembers.

OGE warns agency leaders about unethical behavior

The Office of Government Ethics is reminding agency leaders that they are responsible for the ethical culture within their organizations, a message that comes at a time when the Trump administration has been criticized for agency secretaries’ use of private jets.

Lawmaker questions SES reassignments at Interior Dept.

A ranking member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is requesting an investigation into the reassignments of senior executives at the Interior Department.

Dems stop short of threatening a shutdown over ACA cuts

Some Democrats have put the threat of a government shutdown back on the table over issues with President Trump’s recent action with the Affordable Care Act funding.

Survey: Federal employee engagement highest in 6 years

Federal employee engagement has reached its highest level in six years, and most employees have a positive perspective of their workplaces, according to the results of the Office of Personnel Management’s annual viewpoint survey.

OGE warns agency leaders about unethical behavior

The Office of Government Ethics is reminding agency leaders that they are responsible for the ethical culture within their organizations, a message that comes at a time when the Trump administration has been criticized for agency secretaries’ use of private jets.

Senate panel advances security clearance backlog bill

A bill that aims to reduce the federal government security clearance backlog has advanced to the full Senate with a few additional provisions aimed at standardizing the background check process.

D.C.-area commission reviews federal parking policies

After more than a decade, the National Capital Planning Commission is reviewing its federal parking policies, which will likely have an impact on federal workers in the Washington, D.C., region.

Committee OKs hiring boost at CBP

A House committee has passed legislation that aims to strengthen border security by, in part, boosting and streamlining hiring at Customs and Border Protection.

Survey of federal executives finds leadership problems

A recent survey by Deloitte and the Senior Executives Association found that the federal government has issues with its leadership pipeline and needs to design leadership and development programs—among other initiatives—to address the matter.

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