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This week, the University of Pennsylvania released the results of its research into the mysterious attack on U.S. diplomatic workers based at the U.S. embassy in Cuba.
Following the unveiling last week of President Donald Trump’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget proposal, the General Services Administration (GSA) – the agency tasked with supporting the basic administrative functions of the rest of the federal government – appears to be among the agencies that could see dramatic changes.
The National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service is seeking feedback regarding the topics on which Congress seeks the Commission’s input.
President Trump’s nominee to head the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Jeff Pon, will receive a confirmation hearing tomorrow in the U.S. Senate’s Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (HSGAC).
On February 13, 2018, the United States Office of Special Counsel released updated Hatch Act Guidance on Social Media to “help federal employees understand what the Hatch Act does and does not allow when using social media.”
FedScoop released its list of the top technologies to watch in 2018 in the federal government space.
A report released yesterday by the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Office of Inspector General (OIG) confirmed that OPM modified the rules regarding some federal employees’ annuity supplements.
In late 2014, Congress appropriated $5.4 billion to deal with a historic Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
A Special Agent at the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms filed an Individual Right of Action appeal with the Merit Systems Protection Board, alleging that his supervisors retaliated against him after he disclosed his suspicion that another agent had improperly shot at a fleeing suspect, provided an inaccurate report of the shooting incident, and had committed perjury during the subsequent criminal trial.