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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
Each office pored over the granular details of last year’s poor survey results to learn what they were doing wrong.
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
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
The list of programs whose closure resulted in lost revenue to the government is long
The burden of a federal government shutdown would not fall evenly across federal departments.