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Public Health Service officers missing ‘special pay’ for months

The Public Health Service (PHS) has failed to provide thousands of its uniformed officers “special pay” designed to make those positions competitive with ...

February 5 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Trump’s plan to use VA firing practices at other agencies threatens civil service workers — and the public

About the only thing President Trump had to say about the federal workforce during his State of the Union address was his call to fire feds faster. The one ...

February 2 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

February political cartoons from the USA TODAY Network

        

February 1 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Many federal contractors, including the least paid, won’t suffer from shutdown, unlike last time

This time folks like Lila Johnson, who do the dirty work at the Agriculture Department, won’t be made to pay for the incompetence of those who have the soft ...

January 30 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Back pay to furloughed federal workers to include scheduled overtime, other add-ons

Federal employees who were furloughed during the partial government shutdown not only will be paid their regular salaries as if they had worked, those ...

January 25 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

New cost controls sought in federal employee health-care program

The Trump administration sent its first major signal Tuesday of its intentions for the federal-employee health-insurance program, seeking financial ...

January 24 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Meghan McCain tweets photo of 'amazing hike with dad' after senator's brain-cancer diagnosis

Senator John McCain revealed he has a primary brain tumor, with doctors describing the tumor as a glioblastoma.         

July 23, 2017 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

From FDR to Obama: A look back at inaugural traditions

       

December 29, 2016 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Pomp and protests: Inaugurating a president and his movement

Boris Epshteyn promises Jan. 20 events to demonstrate a "new wave" has arrived in D.C.        

December 21, 2016 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Quiz: How well do you know your inauguration history?

Test your knowledge of past inaugurations.         

December 16, 2016 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON