The proposed regulations were developed after extensive study and evaluation of the policies and procedures involving the review of arbitration awards. Chair of the FLRA, Carol Waller Pope, explains.
Law enforcement officers face many dangers on the job. May 7, 2010
The Bush administration official whose job was to protect government whistleblowers stands accused of mistreating them, illegally deleting documents and withholding information from Congress. Debra S. Katz, partner at Katz, Marshall & Banks explains what\'s next
Learn all about this year\'s Public Service Recognition Week. April 16, 2010
Agencies across the government are moving into social networking as a way to share information, with each other and with citizens. But some CIOs wonder if the role of these tools applies to every agency,…
December 2nd, 2009 Most government agency customers are citizens looking for information on services or other government functions. But there is one agency whose constituency is almost exclusively other government agencies. The Office of Government…
Frank Atwater, former President of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, has died.
Simulations can do a better job of predicting which applicants will perform well on the job, and they can provide a greater degree of fairness in the process.
You’ve heard plenty about health care reform legislation, and by now you might’ve tuned some of the news out. After all, conventional wisdom states that because you’re a fed, the health care legislation won’t impact…
Extension comes after employee unions and others ask for it during a hearing last week. Employees must decide whether to stick with their current plan and see premiums increase, or move to a different plan.
He also nominates new CPSC commissioner and chairwoman of Merit Systems Protection Board.
Listen 6/26 - Hosts Diana Veilleux and Jannika Cannon will be joined by Bob Lavigna, Vice President, and Janelle Callahan, Program Associate, of the Partnership for Public Service to discuss the Best Places to Work Survey 2009 and website tools for the survey.
Senate Homeland Security Committee holds confirmation hearings for Tara O\'Toole, President Obama\'s nominee to head up the Science and Technology Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security. O\'Toole brings a background in medicine and science to the job overseeing the development of technology for the agencies tasked with protecting the nation.
Just about everybody agrees we need some kind of national health care reform, but not if it means higher premiums and reduced or delayed services. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about how health care reform might impact feds and retirees.