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.
For federal employees, these midterms could have significant consequences. Use our map to see a selection of key Senate races that could impact how federal employees do their jobs.
A group of senators want more answers from the Office of Personnel Management about how agencies are complying with an August court order that invalidated the president’s workforce executive orders.
The General Services Administration (GSA) has selected Ad Hoc and Fearless to upgrade the search.gov platform.
Members of the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works now hold one more piece of the Trump administration’s rationale to suddenly reverse course on the construction of a new FBI headquarters.
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.
As the Internal Revenue Service rolls out its five-year roadmap to delivering faster, more efficient service, and prepares for upgrades under the next tax reform law, a bipartisan duo aims to restore the agency’s long-neglected oversight board.
Military spouses face unemployment three times higher than their civilian counterparts. One group has come forward to help to turn that around.
A federal judge will hear a motion for summary judgment on several federal unions’ objections to the president’s recent executive orders in U.S. District Court on July 25.