Charity execs fear new federal charitable giving rules could hurt, but welcome chance to discuss them.
Charities are critical of new regulations for federal employee donations.
OPM says wage difference “has dramatically shrunk,” but women are in only one-third of high-level slots.
House-approved budget would effectively cut federal worker pay by more than 5 percent.
His executive actions for workplace fairness should ban bias against gays by federal contractors.
Virginian praises federal workers as he prepares to leave Congress, “very frustrated.”
Civil service reform plan is well considered, but unions reject need to overhaul the system.
House GOP budget would increase retirement contributions for feds, effectively cutting their pay.
A nonprofit that focuses on federal employee issues, is calling for an overhaul.
Top Democrats on House committee ask the GAO to look into low federal employee morale, and for remedies.
Top Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and two of its subcommittees want the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to study “trends in federal employee morale” and what can be done to improve it.
House hearing looks to protect airport security officers and the public after LAX fatal shooting.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) released recommendations Wednesday designed to improve workplace safety after the killing of a federal airport screener in Los Angeles last year.
Many with clearances don’t handle secrets, but cutting the number could hurt some feds and help others.
With new Strategic IT plan and recent hires, agency hopes to boost its retirement services, other programs.
OPM announced a new strategic plan Tuesday to bolster its information technology operations, including federal employee retirement.
Budget document praises federal employees but says government’s role as employer has been damaged.
FEDERAL DIARY | Partisan rancor runs wild during an oversight hearing.
This is a transcript of Wednesday’s House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing that became a raucous affair when the chairman tried to silence the top Democrat on the panel by having his microphone shut off.
Joe Davidson writes the Federal Diary, a column about the federal workplace that celebrated its 80th birthday in November 2012. Davidson previously was an assistant city editor at The Washington Post and a Washington and foreign correspondent with The Wall Street Journal, where he covered federal agencies and political campaigns.