DOD will have to wait for Roth TSP

Military service members and Defense Department civilian employees will not immediately have access to the Thrift Savings Plan Roth option when it launches May 7.

You Be the Judge: Army nurse practitioner wins hearing in whistleblower appeal

A Department of the Army Nurse Practitioner appeals the denial of her whistleblower protection case.

Retirement

Army looks to annuitants to bolster acquisition expertise

The Army is tapping re-employed federal annuitants to help it meet its acquisition workforce needs.

Air Force, Army chiefs express confidence in face of troop reductions

The Air Force will reduce its force by 10,000 airmen in fiscal 2013 in response to tighter budgets.

You Be the Judge: Was Army employee's indefinite suspension unfair?

This week in “You Be The Judge,” a Department of the Army employee appeals his indefinite suspension, arguing that the agency move was unfair, it having followed only from criminal allegations filed outside of a workplace context.

Army to move ahead with civilian cuts

The Army announced on Dec. 8 that it would procede with previously announced plans to cut the size of its civilian workforce by almost 9,000 positions.

Army to proceed with civilian cuts

The Army announced it would move ahead with plans to cut the size of its civilian workforce by nearly 9,000 positions.

Army HR votes to stay with union

The American Federation of Government Employees announced it will continue to represent more than 1,400 Army civilian personnel specialists.

Army HR employees stay with union

The largest federal employee union announced it will continue to represent more than 1,400 Army civilian personnel specialists.

Study takes first look at under-30 feds

The nonprofit Partnership for Public Service, working with consulting firm Deloitte, recently released results of a study showing the best places for young employees to work in the federal government, focusing on the preferences of feds in the under-30 age group.

Wildfires plague Fort Hood

The Army said wildfires resulting from extreme drought conditions have struck Fort Hood’s training areas.

Civilian Army LEOs get layoff notices

About 30 civilian police officers at Fort Hood, Texas, and Fort Drum, N.Y., were been notified by the Army that their jobs will be eliminated as part of military budget cuts.

Civilian police get layoff notices at 2 Army bases

A number of civilian police officers at Fort Hood, Texas, and Fort Drum, N.Y., have been notified by the Army that their positions will be eliminated as part of military budget cuts.

Army to revamp Army management, structure

The Army said it will create a new commission to seek out new ways to make the Army a more “agile, cost-effective organization.”

Army launches effort to revamp Army management, structure

The Army plans to create a new commission to seek out new ways to make the Army a more "agile, cost-effective organization."

Most feds seek to improve, but say innovation unrewarded

A new mini-study indicates that while nine out of 10 federal employees are seeking ways to perform their jobs better, only about four out of 10 believe innovation and creativity are rewarded.

Most feds don't believe innovation is rewarded, study finds

While federal employees are seeking ways to perform their jobs better, many don't believe innovation and creativity are rewarded.

Army to cut back civilian workforce

Army Secretary John McHugh told Army leaders to begin trimming their staffs to meet former Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ mandated efficiency objectives.

Army museum to debut in 2015

The Army announced it will build a National Museum of the U.S. Army in Northern Virginia.

Bill would streamline vets' transition into civilian jobs

A bill introduced in the Senate would address growing unemployment among young veterans by easing their transition from military service into civilian jobs.

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