Appellate courts have sided with the Obama administration in recent decisions.
A Reagan-era directive remains in place requiring the federal workplace and workforce to be drug-free.
The Organization of American States is meeting in Washington June 15 but there's no U.S. ambassador to it.
OMB Controller David Mader shares his thoughts on motivating employees, time management and his love of motorcycles.
New guidance from the Office of Personnel Management on Wednesday is unambiguous and stern.
Nearly three years after it was enacted into law, the program is just now starting.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack tells the Federal Diary that his "Blueprint for Stronger Service" has saved $1.4 billion since 2012. At the same time, USDA's employee morale remains mediocre despite the department's "cultural transformation" efforts.
The breach comes on the heels of millions of cases of identify theft plaguing the IRS
Casinos and adult clubs want federal employees to be able to use their government credit cards
Before heading out on vacation last Saturday, the Senate chipped away at its ambassadorial confirmation backlog.
The case addresses whether legislative districts should be based on population or eligible voters.
Now there's a place you can air your FOIA grievances.
Lawmaker says that veterans should be given the same options as those visiting non-Veterans Affairs facilities.
The U.S. military role should be limited — only Iraqis can win the fight against the Islamic State.
Congress prohibited the VA from covering the fertility procedure 23 years ago over fears that some fertilized embryos might be discarded. But now efforts are underway to overturn that ban.
Senate is expected to vote on lifting spending cap by $100 million, but that only buys three weeks more for project that is already $1 billion over budget.
A Senate panel supports a proposal that would allow VA to recommend medical marijuana for everything from back pain to depression to flashbacks.
Drama at work? Ask yourself two basic questions before trying to smooth things over.
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.
The Senate, long gridlocked over judicial nominations, managed to confirm two GOP-supported trial judges