A Senate subcommittee hearing on civil service reform draws little attention, though the issue could affect the livelihood of millions of federal employees and their families.
President Obama plans to announce Denise Turner Roth, as his pick to lead the General Services Administration. Roth currently is the deputy administrator.
Although the next presidential election is still almost 18 months away and all the potential candidates have not yet declared, good government groups say now is the time to prepare for the next administration.
A congressional hearing exposed slow-motion hiring in Veterans Affairs, despite increased funding.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has been the subject of a flurry of legislation, including recent bills that would punish or empower employees.
Members of Congress should read the study before they allow political appointees to fire civil servants at will.
A review of last week’s Public Service Recognition Week that honored feds and other public employees.
Public Service Recognition Week should feel at least as good as No Socks Day.