Agencies can automate a lot, but not the process of deciding who's right in workplace prohibited practices.
Federal rule-making needs to stretch a little to make sure affected parties, especially small business, aren't in the dark.
Mike Causey was not only a great journalist, he was also a great colleague.
The case of a dismissed VA chaplain shows how long it can take to resolve an appealed firing.
Awardees show how a few people can affect thousands, even millions, in a positive way.
Dress codes, already blurring for years, have really gotten hard to decipher post pandemic.
Two figures in government made big news this past week. One noteworthy, one notorious.
Calculations about whether to leave federal service, for many federal career people, tend to juggle the financial considerations. What's the best month, the best health plan, the optimal TSP withdrawal strategy if you're about to retire?
Space and Missile Defense Command started its improvement plan by listening to its own people.
Sometimes working along can be downright pleasant. Sometimes you're all by yourself pursuing injustice.
The more work becomes tele or remote, the greater the allure of virtual reality in professional settings.
The latest study of federal employee attrition rates depicts a stable workforce
Drop it, leave it in the rain or blazing hot sunshine, and the Toughbook 40 will keep on running.
At least one agency has a severe staffing shortage in that particular occupational code. Namely, the Veterans Health Administration. The workplace can turn bad pretty fast. Especially if that workplace is a hospital.