As House lawmakers search for ways to help the federal government strengthen its talent pipeline, they find consensus on at least two ideas.
Good government groups are making a last-ditch effort to resolve an increasingly likely scenario at the Merit Systems Protection Board. The board will have no members starting Friday, unless Congress passes a temporary term extension or finds a way to confirm new nominees.
No one is getting rich from the 1.9 percent raise likely to come feds’ way next year, but is giving everyone the same percentage raise the right approach after all?
As the Trump administration plans major changes to the current hiring and firing systems, federal experts say government can’t solve without addressing the other.
Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos have signed off on a proposal that would give active-duty military families federal funds to put their children through private school or other alternatives to public school.
The U.S. military is still far-and-away the most powerful fighting force in the world, but it has some areas of weakness, and they’re growing weaker.
The Defense Department concurred with all of the Future of the Army Commission’s recommendations involving the Pentagon.
The Defense Department is trying a new tactic on its plea for base realignment and closure.
Former agency leaders urge collaboration, perseverance as government reorganization heads into fiscal 2018.
A fund in the House defense appropriations bill is raising a lot of questions about congressional jurisdiction and the possibility of sequestration.