Although the Office of Management and Budget makes the final decision on whether federal agencies will face a sequestration, the Congressional Budget Office has determined that such cuts will not be needed for the end of fiscal year 2019.
This week, Nathan Abse interviewed Kristine Simmons, Partnership for Public Services's vice president for government relations, about the Federal Agency Customer Experience Act of 2019.
A Senate oversight committee has advanced a bill that would prohibit federal agencies from giving bonuses to employees who have committed major infractions under an agency’s code of conduct.
Six months after the end of the federal government's longest partial shutdown, some federal employees, agencies and government contractors are still feeling its effects.
Labor leaders are expected in coming weeks to ask for a review of the decision by a federal appeals court to reinstate President Trump’s controversial workforce executive orders that weaken feds’ collective bargaining rights, but such requests are rarely granted and the examinations could take several years,
The Office of Personnel Management released a new memo asking agency leaders to be mindful of the potential dangers of high temperatures being experienced in recent days by employees across the Midwest and the East coast.
New legislation that recently passed the House will protect the financial security of veterans who receive disability benefits and may be experiencing financial hardship.
The Office of Management and Budget and the Office of Personnel Management have released new guidance on how agencies should reward high performing employees.
The House Defense authorization bill, which contains a provision that would permit federal employees to move from taking unpaid family leave to taking paid family leave, passed the House of Representatives.
Bipartisan legislation that aims to strengthen border security and address law enforcement shortages at ports of entry has advanced in the Senate.