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.
Can the large number of federal workers in low-voter turnout cities and districts make the difference in next Tuesday’s congressional and gubernatorial elections? Many federal and postal union leaders think and hope so.
See photos from John McCain's final farewell at the U.S. Naval Academy, where he was laid to rest Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018.
Tami Howie, chief executive officer of the Maryland Tech Council, discusses how Maryland is shaping up to be a great opportunity for tech and biotech entrepreneurs, and how the Maryland Tech Council is paving the way forward for innovation.
Stacey Smith, executive director of the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, discusses how her group has helped the state of Maryland incentive supporting local business while also ensuring a cybersecure economy.
Research shows female-run startups are more profitable than male-run startups, yet many investors are reluctant to fund them. The Vinetta Project is changing that.
The Maryland Democrat fielded questions from National Institutes of Health employees at a town-hall meeting at the agency's Bethesda headquarters.
Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) pledged to showcase the work of federal employees during a town hall meeting at the Census Bureau. He also suggested that they brag a little about achievements that seem to go unnoticed on Capitol Hill.
Federal employees continue to be Congress' go-to resource for deficit reduction through pay freezes and increases in their retirement contributions, according to Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.). Van Hollen's column is part of Federal News Radio's special report, Now or Never: Ideas to Save the Failing Budget Process.
If you want to get rich, or at least make bigger bucks, consider a career in government ... but not the federal government. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you should check out the help wanted ads for the state where you pay your income, sales or property taxes ...
Hundreds of cyber-related jobs are currently open in the D.C. area.
We learn about Maryland\'s effort to ease the way for BRAC from Lt. Governor Anthony Brown.
Contract Connections will feature National institutes of Health (NIH), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Social Security Administration and other federal agencies, as well as the Naval Air Systems Command, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and other military commands. Maryland\'s Lisa Swoboda has details.
Maryland\'s 17 military installations employ 3.4 percent of Maryland\'s work force, pay nearly $10 billion in wages a year and spend about $6.6 billion annually with other businesses in the state.