Kerry's on the road again, on pace to set a new travel record for a secretary of state.
A battle is on over how much access investigators should have to sensitive law enforcement information.
The Post asks federal employees how the comfort level is in their offices during the hottest month of the year.
The National Treasury Employees Union, the second largest federal labor organization, will soon have a new president. Here are the words of Daris Boggs, one of four candidates.
The middle of the seventh year of an administration usually signals the time when senior aides begin heading for greener pastures.
Hundreds of thousands of federal retirees could pay higher Medicare premiums in 2016 than most other enrollees will pay, due to a combination of low inflation and a quirk in the law.
Guessing about a Biden presidential run has kicked into high gear, but we've heard this song before.
Managers at the U.S. patent office cannot require that teleworkers who screw up return to headquarters for more supervision
A bill that would turn back due process rights also would give employees who report wrongdoing new rights
Colleen M. Kelley talks about victories for federal employees and frustrations during her 16 years as president of the National Treasury Employees Union before she retires next week.
Developed a cellphone alert system for weather emergencies such as tornadoes and flash floods On July 1, 2013, a tornado obliterated a soccer dome in East Windsor, Conn., where 29 children had been p...
An independent review questions whether managers have tools to actually manage the employees who work for them.
Democrats fought legislation approved in the House Wednesday that would cut due process rights for VA employees, unlike last year when they, Democrats, including President Obama, largely did not oppose last year's hit on workplace protections for VA senior executives.
Back when the Clintons and Trump got along: a federal judgeship for Trump's sister.
How much of a rollback will there be remains undetermined.
A new report indicates that congressional employees complain of harassment and hostile work environment far more than any other issue. Disparate treatment is in second place. Together they account for almost half of the complaints to the congressional Office of Compliance.
The House approved legislation that would cut appeal rights for Department of Veterans Affairs employees facing dismissal or demotion and facilitate the firing of new VA staffers.
The press may sometimes over-analyze the nation's voting blocs, but . . .
The Senate often is all set to vote on a nomination — unless one member decides to take the nominee hostage.