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VA Backpedals on Changing Status of All Senior Executives

Non-medical senior executives would remain in Title 5, but department is still seeking greater control over firing them.

Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., chairman of the House Budget Committee.

House Republican Budget Would Revive Cuts to Feds’ Pay and Benefits

Fiscal 2017 blueprint also calls for more firings, demotions and suspensions.

Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., is optimistic about a bill providing a 5.3 percent pay raise next year.

Lawmaker Sees Bipartisan Future for Pro-Fed Legislation, Including Big Pay Raise

Opponents "denigrating federal service" are "damaging the American dream," he says.

Feds Encouraged to Telework During Nuclear Security Summit in Late March

OPM urges agencies to let their employees take advantage of flexible work options to avoid traffic congestion in Washington, D.C.

VA Secretary Bob McDonald said “running VA like a business requires more flexibility than we currently have."

Most VA Senior Executives Pick Job Security Over Better Pay

On Tuesday, the Senior Executives Association plans to release full survey results before Senate hearing on VA proposal to ease hiring and firing of top career corps.

Trump Wants to Make the Federal Government Huge Again

The Republican front-runner is tapping the resentments of white working-class voters—and promising to use federal power to address them.

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Traps to avoid if you’re going through a divorce.

Feds: Tell Your Manager How You Really Feel -- With No Repercussions

OPM will start sending out the 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey at the end of April.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., and three other senators signed a letter to the Defense Department.

Senators Urge Pentagon to Postpone Cuts to Autism Coverage for Military Kids

Proposed reductions in reimbursement rates for a popular therapy offered under TRICARE would take effect on March 30.