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Postal Service Asks Employees to Volunteer to Relocate to Puerto Rico

The agency will not provide any travel or lodging reimbursements.

Report: White House Officials Backed 2019 Pay Freeze, $300 Billion in Cuts to Employee Compensation

Memo leaked to liberal news site also proposes eliminating FERS defined benefit program and retiree health benefits for new hires.

Senate Approves Budget Plan, Setting Up Fight Over Fed Benefit Cuts

The House version of the resolution includes $32 billion in cuts, likely to employee retirement and health insurance programs.

CSB officials tour a site in 2016.

Small Agency’s Employees Say They Felt Pressured to Report Improved Job Satisfaction

But leader of Chemical Safety Board says big uptick in Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey scores was the result of management improvement initiatives.

Reps. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., and Elijah Cummings, D-Md., launched the probe into travel spending late last month.

House Oversight Leaders Press Tardy Agencies to Reveal Their Travel Costs

Committee chairman threatens Agriculture and Justice with subpoenas.

Michelle Obama announces a makeover for food nutrition labels with calories listed in bigger, bolder type and a new line for added sugars in Washington in 2016.

Do People Like Government ‘Nudges’? Study Says: Yes

Government initiatives to prod people to make better decisions got a lot of attention after Richard Thaler won a Nobel in economics for his working on nudging.

Take 5: How Power Dynamics Shape Our Behavior

Power—or the lack of it—impacts everything from snack choices to economic growth.

Play of the Day: 'The Apprentice' For Border Walls

The wall prototypes are showcased near the border and they look like reality show contestants.