President Trump has announced that he will reverse the planned pay freeze for federal employees, and instead will implement a 2.6 percent governmentwide pay increase.
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The top federal employee and retiree charity fund drive—the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area—kicked off this week, with an event in downtown D.C. Leaders of the event urged feds to continue to participate and give generously to charity.
A federal employee in mid-August filed a whistleblower complaint to the Inspector General of the Intelligence Committee, alleging that—according to a number of media reports—the President made a promise to an as-yet unidentified foreign leader that could jeopardize the security of the United States.
The Office of Personnel Management is following through on Trump administration plans to make it easier to fire and penalize federal employees.
The Air Force has the second-highest percentage of obese troops in the military, and the branch is aiming to rein in on the problem by requiring commanders to be in shape.
The Department of Agriculture is asking a number of employees who agreed to be relocated to the Midwest, if they would remain in their positions in Washington, D.C., for a bit longer.
The Office of Personnel Management processed more retirement claims in August than July, and also lowered its backlog inventory.
GSA issued about $10 million in task orders for shared payroll services under its NewPay initiative.
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