The White House’s proposal would eliminate a long-time benefit which provides “gap” payments to employees, like federal firefighters, forced to retire as early as age 57.
Years after highly visible, peace-time collisions of ships in the Navy’s Seventh Fleet, the ships are repaired and back in service.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report from the Government Accountability Office shows that while diversity has increased among workers at the State Department overall, that has not been the case for upper level managers.
Working for the federal government has its rewards and challenges. The same when you retire — a lot of options which also means a lot of choices.
DoD is giving states recommendations on how to improve the licensure reciprocity process.
Robotic process automation as a way of improving operations and freeing people’s time up for higher value work has taken hold at the General Services Administration’s Office of the Chief Financial Officer.
One backlog goes down, another one pops up. That’s how it is in the background security clearance process.
The Social Security Administration wants to activate 80-year-old legal authority for hearing disability cases.
Is this maybe not the best time for government agencies to be cutting back on their telework programs? Can you say coronavirus?
Federal contractors are pleased with the progress the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency has made in slashing the background investigation inventory, but they’re still searching for solutions that address the end-to-end suitability, credentialing and security clearance process.
The head of the Marine Corps wants some immediate personnel policy changes.