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Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said the measure failed to address what would happen after the 14 days of administrative leave expired.

House Panel Delays Admin Leave Reform Amid Democratic Concerns

Democrats agree forced paid leave is problematic, but want to ensure due process for feds.

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., said it was a mistake to apply provisions designed for VA executives to the rest of government.

Panel Approves Bill Making It Easier to Suspend and Fire Senior Execs

Committee also advances legislation extending the probationary period for new feds from one to two years.

At Supreme Court, Ominous Signs for Public-Sector Unions

The justices seemed likely to rule that certain union fees violate the First Amendment.

Kimberly Graves, former director of VBA’s St. Paul, Minn., regional office, was one of the officials reassigned and demoted.

VA Demotes and Reassigns Former Senior Executives – Again

Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves can appeal the $50,000-plus pay cuts to their annual salaries.

Paralyzed Army veteran Gene Laureano sits in his wheelchair Dec. 16, 2015, in Bronx, N.Y.

VA Watchdog Can’t Prove Calif. Facility Sat on Thousands of Claims

Still, an investigation found other errors at the Oakland regional office that led to years-long delays in benefits to some vets.

Proposed Rule Seeks to Save Money on Government Travel

GSA wants to categorize ATM fees incurred during government travel as incidental expenses to limit reimbursement amounts.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said the government tries to do too many things while rewarding its employees with too many bonuses.

Lawmaker: Every Agency Could Easily Find at Least 5% of Fat to Trim

Somewhere there's always a fed "doing something stupid," House oversight chairman says.

Rushing Retirement Could Cost You

You wouldn’t make a major career move without some serious planning—treat retirement with the same care.