In the old days, Summer meant Congress was moving on appropriations bills that would be on the President’s desk by October. In 2019, that is more of a fairy tale.
The MERIT Act falls short of its purported goal of improving public service, Tom Temin writes.
Federal unions generally dislike HR initiatives from the Trump administration. Bob Tobias at American University has some possible ways ahead.
Office of Congressional Workplace Rights was tasked by Congress to develop a modernized process for alternative dispute resolution.
A proposal from OPM would make it easier to extend probationary periods for new federal hires. But commentator Jeff Neal argues that’s unnecessary.
The Trump administration said back pay for contractors affected by the shutdown will be too costly and increase the risk of fraud, waste, and improper payments.
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Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said the USDA relocation will save government $300 million over 15 years. About 100 employees are expected to move out of the national capital region by Aug. 1.
Texas Rep. Michael McCaul’s bill would create groups of cyber first responders in the event of a cyber attack on the government or private sector.
Employees at the Agriculture Department’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted to unionize on the heels of USDA’s proposed relocation.
Complaints from employees and applicants are one of the most common measures of prohibited personnel practices, although they do not capture all allegations.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers say they’re “deeply concerned” by a series of new bargaining proposals from the Department of Veterans Affairs and urged VA to negotiate in good faith with the American Federation of Government Employees.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s inspector general found a third of its inspectors will be eligible to retire in 2020.
The Pentagon said it has begun a 30-day “consultative period” with its labor unions over the conditions of its planned transfer of 1,200 IT workers to the Defense Information Systems Agency.