The Federal Labor Relations Authority reportedly told the American Federation of Government Employees this week that the Education Department did bargain in “bad faith” when it ended ground rules negotiations and implemented its own management document.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act cleared the House, bringing service members one step closer to a pay raise.
Nearly four decades and seven presidents since one of Jimmy Carter’s proudest accomplishments — the Civil Service Reform Act, the team of President Donald Trump is set to take a crack at overhauling the government bureaucracy.
The Office of Personnel Management and General Services Administration said they’re still considering if and when they might move retirement and health services from OPM to GSA.
Following the recent rollback of telework agreements at the Education and Agriculture departments, two D.C.-area lawmakers have introduced legislation aimed at protecting and expanding existing agency telework agreements.
The prospect of a higher cap on Voluntary Separation Incentive Payments (VSIPs), again, failed to make it through in the annual defense authorization bill.
The Office of Personnel Management is putting a team in place to figure out how to move key services such as HR Solutions to GSA.
Mike Amato, former communications director at the Office of Personnel Management and now managing director at CLS Strategies, offers advice from his time in government.
Readers share their thoughts on how commuter gridlock caused by a potential D.C. Metro system strike would affect agencies’ opinions on telework.
A former background investigator pleaded guilty to a charge stemming from her falsification of work on background investigations of federal employees and contractors.
Are agencies hiring at levels consistent with their budgets and past hiring practices? Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal looks at OPM’s employment numbers.
A strike by D.C.-area bus and subway personnel could give opponents of teleworking a taste of what the government would face in the event of a major weather event, natural disaster or terrorist attack.
Mike Amato, the former director of communications at OPM, remembers his colleague Jean Smith, who passed away last week at age 64.
For those making claims — including for disability benefits — against government agencies, some federal judges say they should pay attention to a new White House directive allowing administrative law judges to be politically appointed.