Last week, the Administration announced the next steps in its years-long effort to expand use of shared services across the federal government.
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Federal employees and annuitants will face higher premiums for their health care in 2016 than in recent years.
Following months of negotiations over differences between the House and Senate versions of the annual defense policy bill, last week negotiators struck a deal on a package that would bring significant reforms to military and civilian personnel and acquisition.
Federal employees earn approximately 35 percent less than those in similar private-sector jobs, according to data reported by the Federal Salary Council last week.
A report from the House Budget Committee on the House version of republicans' proposed budget resolution provides a clear glimpse of how impacted federal employees could be, under a "worst case scenario."
Following multiple data breaches, a bipartisan duo of lawmakers have raised concerns with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) continuing to house the government’s sensitive security clearance information.
Speaking at an event this week in New Jersey on criminal justice reform efforts, President Obama announced a forthcoming executive action to “ban the box” for federal job applicants.
Over the past several years the federal government has aggressively promoted expanded use of telework for agencies and employees.
Federal retirees, who did not receive a cost-of-living increase last year, will see a modest adjustment of 0.3 percent in 2017.