At least six will participate in pilot programs allowing unions to negotiate over new issues such as technology and work methods.
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Contractors, scientists and nonprofits encouraged to send proposals for responding to the Gulf crisis.
In a new survey, Defense financial managers say budget process hinders warfighters.
Labor Department provides $15 million for job training assistance for 3,200 Kennedy Space Center private sector employees.
Cuts are part of a broader effort to curb federal spending.
Texas lawmakers have been trying for years for assistance but bureaucratic wrangling between Homeland Security and the FAA was a roadblock.
Republican pushes bill to return size of federal civilian workforce to ‘pre-Obama levels.’
New report from nonpartisan commission will suggest the federal government establish a certifying body to test skills of potential hires.
Lt. Gen. James Clapper might not be a popular choice with some lawmakers, according to reports.
Many comment on the proposed rule change that would clarify functions suitable for outsourcing.