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Government Already Has a Blueprint for Implementing Pay For Performance

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency offers a success story.

Virginia Democratic Sens. Tim Kaine (left) and Mark Warner led efforts to write the letter.

Democratic Senators Demand OPM Reverse Course on Proposed Retirement Cuts

Lawmakers offer to work with the administration on civil service reform if OPM Director Jeff Pon abandons push for “draconian” measures.

Agencies Continue Chipping Away at Science and Climate Change Spending

Progressive group analyzes Trump team efforts to downplay data and research.

American Federation of Government Employees held a rally on April 25, 2018 outside of EPA headquarters.

EPA Staff Say The White House Is Changing Their Mission From Protecting Health And The Environment To Protecting Industry

Government agencies are supposed to listen to the industries they regulate, but what if they tune out everyone else? Scholars call this regulatory capture, and some staffers see it happening at EPA.

Analysis: Why Is Trump Protecting Scott Pruitt?

How has the head of the EPA withstood a deluge of corruption scandals? It all comes back to the president.

Play of the Day: The U.S. and the Koreas Need to Get Their Stories Straight

Are military exercises being suspended? Is there a nuclear threat?

13 Unions File Lawsuit Against All Three Workforce Executive Orders

The coalition of smaller federal employee unions argues that the executive orders unconstitutionally usurp the power of Congress, unions, management and independent agencies.

Federal Employees Last Year Broke Record for Proving Retaliation By Managers

New laws and better employee results from watchdog are giving supervisors "more to fear" than ever, whistleblower advocate says.

For Many Students, Government Agencies Are the Most Attractive Employers. Really.

Students in three of five broad areas of study ranked a non-business employer at the top.

NASA Doesn’t Own All The Moon Dust, a New Lawsuit Claims

NASA has said private citizens can't own lunar material. A woman who got a precious out-of-this-world gift from astronaut Neil Armstrong begs to differ.