A weekly roundup of federal pay and benefits news.
‘Secretary Bob’ looks to add staff, reduce infrastructure and allow more private care.
Winners, losers and major policy initiatives in the shutdown-averting bill.
The EPA administrator apologized for saying Alaskan moose meat “could gag a maggot.”
Hearing on Chemical Safety Board could be preview of probe into Hillary Clinton's email at State.
The government will hit the debt ceiling on March 15 unless Congress acts, and likely tap into federal retirement coffers to avoid a default.
What to do when the boss needs an answer, now.
Pentagon inspector general Rymer to work with deputy from USAID.
The retired general will pay $40,000 and get two years' probation. Not all leakers are so lucky.
Team managers, not agency leaders, set the tone.
Colleen Kelley to end 16-year tenure in August.