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.
A new report by the Government Accountability Office details the downside of years of budget cuts at the agency.
Brought about major fire-safety improvements for in-flight blazes and crash landings As head of the FAA’s Fire Safety Branch, Sarkos and his team have played a pivotal role in improving cabin and car...
Fingerprints the government collects for background investigations could be used by criminals to unmask a spy, a new analysis found
The Congressional Research Service report sheds more light on the breadth and depth and danger of the cyber theft of personal data belonging to more than 20 million federal employees, contractors, job candidates and their families.
Congress may not renew the charter of the Ex-Im bank, but it's not closing down for a long time.
Airline passengers, weighing in on their airport security experiences on Twitter, have a lot to say that's negative.
The Federal Trade Commission has warned that a scam is being perpetrated on federal employees victimized by the breaches of Office of Personnel Management databases.
Federal employees and retirees could invest in outside mutual funds and would have more options in how they take out their retirement savings under plans approved Monday.
Sometimes odd places can show up in early transcriptions of State Department briefings.
The college student who jumped to his death from a Holiday Inn room in Denver didn't feel the effect of a piece of pot cookie, so he finished it.
DEA is paying workmen's compensation insurance to dozens of drug informants and their families, but hasn't checked to see if they're supposed to be getting federal benefits
Engaged a growing number of college students through a “virtual” foreign service. The State Department dispatches people to countries all over the world, but it has tried something new during the pas...