The administration is ready to move forward immediately on a number of other January recommendations from compensation commission.
Republicans can't bust through spending caps for the Pentagon's budget but stick with them for civilian agencies, Democrats say.
Defense authorization bill would scrap department policy that has resulted in lower reimbursement rates for employees on long-term government travel.
Clinton's would-be opponents are testing out a similar tactic for knocking her foreign policy record.
Changes include auto-enrollment into TSP for new service members, and a less generous pension for those who retire after 20 years.
Lawmakers lament lack of accountability; beleaguered undersecretary tells them she takes management problems seriously.
Michael Vickers is a veteran of Army Special Forces and the CIA.
Sen. Barbara Boxer and her Democratic colleagues introduce a bill to strengthen protections for those who blow the whistle on military wrongdoing, waste, fraud and abuse — including sexual abuse.
Congressional airspace is guarded by a dizzying web of agencies—none of which stopped a gyrocopter from landing on the West Front.
Rolling back reforms sure won’t attract innovative players to the government market.
There is a systemic effort underway by China and other adversaries to crib sensitive data on powerful people and covert operators in Washington, intelligence analysts say.