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Administrative subpoenas are increasingly common, hard to fight and, some say, overly intrusive

CIA Director John Brennan serves as honorary chairman of the Combined Federal Campaign, which is suffering from falling participation and donations.

Each office pored over the granular details of last year's poor survey results to learn what they were doing wrong.



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An administrative judge ruled that the Merit Systems Protection Board, charged with protecting federal employees from unfair practices, retaliated against an in-house whistleblower

More than 21 million federal employees and others are being officially notified about the cyber theft of their personal information and of ID protection services.

The chairman of the House veterans committee gave up on his effort to use VA employee bonuses to help pay for the project's cost overrun.

It's unclear if or when the new correctional centers will open fully.

One manager was wrongly told he had no option but to transfer because the change had gone up the chain of command to the VA secretary

House Speaker John Boehner's announced resignation possibly means a feared government shutdown will not happen now. But a temporary funding measure would only postpone the threat until just before Christmas.

The enrollee share of premiums in the health insurance program for federal employees and retirees will rise by 7.4 percent on average in 2016.

DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson vows to continue efforts to improve low employee morale

The 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey show a 1 percent increase in the overall "employee engagement" and "global satisfaction" scores.

After years of inaction by Congress to stabilize postal finances, a Democrat joins Republicans in advocating privatization

The National Park Service would cancel special events, except for First Amendment demonstrations.

The Defense Department, like all federal agencies, has spent weeks updating plans for a government shutdown.

Almost 300,000 federal employees are eligible to join the lawsuit to pursue damages for late paychecks in 2013

Questions and answers regarding how a partial government shutdown would affect retirement benefits for both active and retired federal workers.

If Congress fails to approve a funding bill by next week, the resulting partial government shutdown would hit lower-wage federal contractors, like those who clean federal buildings and work in the cafeterias, the hardest.

The list of programs whose closure resulted in lost revenue to the government is long

With thousands of federal offices closed, the public will have trouble getting access to a range of key services many Americans take for granted.

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