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Women's Climb Up the Federal Management Ranks, in One Chart

Twenty-nine percent of government supervisors and managers in 2014 who had worked fewer than 10 years in government were women.

More Women Are on Leadership Tracks in the Federal Government

The trend is especially apparent among younger women, report finds.

Obama Will Weigh In By April 30 On Military Panel's Proposed Compensation Reforms

The president on Monday offered support for 15 recommendations, but didn't rubber-stamp them.

IG: Former Hawaii VA Supervisor Circumvented Benefits Claims Policy

A supervisor, who has since resigned, said he was trying to help vets, not misrepresent data.

 Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., sponsored the Senate bill.

Lawmakers Revive Effort to End Union Work on the Government's Dime

Bill would repeal the longstanding practice of "official time."

This Is How TSA Decides if You Might Be Acting Like a Terrorist

Next time you travel, be careful not to complain about airport security.

Senate Joins House in Targeting Federal Workforce for Deficit Reduction

Upper chamber approves its own budget resolution, which also cuts agency spending and employee compensation.

Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., said: "Rather than improving the quality of VA health care, bonus money has fueled corruption by incentivizing the sort of misconduct which led to the ongoing ‘secret waiting list’ scandal."

Lawmaker Wants to Ban All VA Bonuses Until Troubled Construction Project is Finished

Colorado Republican introduces bill tying employee bonuses to the completion of the new Aurora VA hospital.

Children, parents, and employees of the Child Development Center East march around the parking lot during a parade in honor of Flag Day on Hurlburt Field in 2013.

The United States Military Gets Childcare Right

The Pentagon helps care for servicemembers' children.