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The Chemical Safety Board, which is on Trump's chopping block, investigated the April 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.

Employees At a Small Agency Trump Wants to Abolish Move Toward Unionization

Chemical Safety Board employees also seek to protect themselves against job title changes and telework cutbacks.

Trump Creates Task Force to Fix the Postal Service, Though Congress Already Has Its Own Ideas

Stakeholders welcome attention on postal issues, but major reform proposals are already well established.

Where Retirement Benefits Came From

A brief history, from military pensions to Social Security.

Feds Make 32 Percent Less than Private Sector Counterparts, Salary Council Says

The Federal Salary Council recommends six new locality pay areas for 2019 in the group's first meeting since 2016.

House Speaker Paul Ryan announces he will not run for re-election.

Paul Ryan Will Leave Behind a Legacy of Hostility Towards Feds

The speaker's retirement could come as a relief to federal workers who feared Ryan would cut their compensation.

USPS Could Owe Payouts to As Many As 130K Employees After Class-Action Lawsuit Final Ruling

The Postal Service "clearly and unequivocally" discriminated against injured workers, EEOC finds.

Federal Employee Retirement Claims Fall in March

OPM’s backlog of requests dips below the 20,000 mark for the first time since 2017.

Agency Leaders Urged to Support Federal Employee Job Satisfaction Survey

Widespread participation in the anonymous annual questionnaire is critical to measuring how employees view their leaders, jobs and compensation, OPM director says.

Unintended Tax Reform Fallout Creating 'Potentially Ruinous' Bills for Thousands of Feds

The oversight is creating one-time liabilities of up to $7,000 for employees.