One potential proposal calls on Congress to require OGE to post more information online.
The White House published the 2016 Year in Photos, and they’re incredible.
From a massive January snowstorm to a pay raise for all federal employees, we look back at the stories that meant the most to our readers in 2016.
As 2016 wraps up, here’s a look back at the best photo galleries from each month.
President Barack Obama authorized a pay raise for civilian and military employees starting Jan. 1, 2017.
More than 50 members of the House cosigned a letter asking President Obama to make the federal hiring process more accessible to Americans with criminal histories.
A Senate version of the FAIR Act, which would give federal employees a 5.3 percent pay raise, is gaining support from unions and area lawmakers.
The Office of Personnel Management recently released guidelines for agencies to follow as they stand up new onboarding plans for senior executives.
This gallery includes official White House photos taken at President Barack Obama’s earlier State of the Union addresses, capturing some of the emotion, ceremony and sense of history surrounding the annual event.
The White House, Congress and the Department of Justice laid out to-do lists to address problems plaguing the Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as legislation to provide veterans with resources for education, economic opportunities, health care and to end homelessness.