In today's Federal Newscast, the Congressional Budget Office found federal employees are contributing and saving more for retirement, due to two Thrift Savings Plan policy changes.
In an effort to course-correct from more than a decade of net financial losses, the Postal Service on Wednesday released its long-awaited five year-business plan.
David Patterson was a deputy Defense Department comptroller during the George W. Bush administration.
The Postal Service’s search for a new leader to improve its financial outlook will take longer than expected, but outgoing Postmaster General Megan Brennan has agreed to postpone her retirement date pending the success of her successor.
As a preview to the year ahead, here's a look at the major projects three public-facing agencies will encounter in 2020.
The Postal Service has begun its search for a new postmaster general at a time when the agency just marked its 13th straight year of net financial losses.
In today's Federal Newscast, a Government Accountability Office report says four Marine Corps Commands either overspent or underspent at least $5 million on civilian personnel in 2019.
Postmaster General Megan Brennan will step down from her top job at the Postal Service early next year, the agency announced Wednesday, after spending the past five years trying to put the organization on firmer financial footing.
USPS posted a net loss of nearly $2.3 billion for this fiscal year’s third quarter, higher than the loss reported by the agency for the same period last year.
The Postal Service, for the first time since December 2014, has enough members on its Board of Governors to reach a quorum.
Following pressure from lawmakers at a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing last month, the Postal Service has shed more light on a strategic plan aimed to outline a long-term business model for USPS.
In today's Federal Newscast, members of Congress introduced a bill to allow military servicemembers to sue the DoD for instances of medical malpractice unrelated to their military duties.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee will try yet again to advance bipartisan postal reform through Congress this year, as the U.S. Postal Service continues to careen toward financial disaster.
Despite the surge in mail and packages from the holiday season and a bump in market mail leading up from last year's midterm elections, the Postal Service ended the first quarter of fiscal 2019 worse off than the year before.