Pentagon seeks at least 1,000 people to serve in times of emergency or international need.
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Government must begin to rethink how it will attract 18- to 31-year-old workers.
Federal judge says allowing investigations to continue forces workers to choose their between rights and their jobs.
A look at annual changes in Social Security, Medicare and federal retirement benefits programs.
Pilot project dividing jurisdiction over federal sector complaints between Labor and Office of Special Counsel ends inconclusively.
The key to pay for performance is providing meaningful reviews of employees' work -- and giving them the opportunity to improve.
Gale Rossides will implement many of the workforce plans she designed as associate administrator.
Critics say tax dollars could be more wisely spent on scholarships to service-minded students.
Political action committees are giving a greater proportion of donations to Democrats than they did in previous two election cycles.
American Federation of Government Employees asks the high court to hear challenge to the Pentagon's proposed labor relations system.