2018 midterm elections

Nicole OgryskoNTEU National President Tony Reardon rallies the crowd on Capitol Hill.

A 3.6 percent pay raise: What are the odds?

With Democrats back in control of the House of Representatives, unions and groups representing workers, retirees, managers and executives are increasingly…

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After election, new NASCIO president has advice for lame duck state CIOs

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Amelia Brust/Federal News Radiopolitical divide, political parties

What would a divided government mean for feds now until 2020?

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Elijah Cummings

Expect ‘profound change’ with House oversight’s approach to federal workforce, government reform

House Democrats say the Oversight and Government Reform Committee will refocus on investigations of the executive branch, questions of cabinet-level ethics…

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New governors likely spell major changes among state CIO ranks

Nineteen new governors elected will mean major changes in the ranks of state-level chief information officers next year. They and IT vendors should be…

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Election workers Mark Bezanson, left, and Julie Olson dump ballots collected earlier in the day from drop boxes onto a table for sorting at the King County Elections office, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, in Renton, Wash. Voters in Washington all vote only by mail. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Multiple House, Senate seats critical to feds change hands in 2018 midterms

Democrats won the House in Tuesday’s midterm elections but several Washington, D.C.-area races and seats important to federal workers were  more of a mixed bag.

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