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Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) finally re-introduced legislation that would classify all new federal hires as “at-will” employees.
Another 2018 budget proposal from a group of conservative lawmakers has its eyes on federal employee pay and benefits.
May is national osteoporosis awareness and prevention month.
A procurement system within the government that is difficult to navigate for both the government customer and industry partners is no surprise to anyone working in the federal ecosystem, but at least one part of the federal government has finally decided it is time for adjustments.
The State Department's second in command, John Sullivan, sought Monday to allay fears that a plan to reorganize the agency will lead to an upheaval of the U.S. foreign policy establishment, telling the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that major decisions, such as transferring key operations to the Department of Homeland Security, have not been made.
House Republicans made their first use of a revived rule allowing them to target the salaries of individual employees, using the appropriations process to go after employees conducting work the lawmakers believe is obsolete.
Following a tumultuous first seven months of the 115th Congress, the House and Senate have adjourned for a five week August recess having failed to achieve any major legislative accomplishments despite unified control of both congressional chambers and the White House.