Managers may not be following the rules, watchdog notes.
A bill before the New Hampshire legislature would clarify that opioid prescribing guidelines shouldn’t dictate care for chronic pain patients.
Pay & Benefits
Proposed regulations would increase the rate at which federal employees automatically contribute to their Thrift Savings Plan accounts from 3% to 5% beginning in October.
Margaret Weichert will leave the White House after nearly three years of pushing an aggressive agenda.
New York and San Francisco have imposed strict limits on vehicles in certain corridors. Will car-free zones catch on elsewhere?
FBI Has Failed to Move the Needle on Diversity Over the Past Decade, Despite Efforts of Recent Directors
Percentages of women and minorities have remained virtually unchanged.
A look back at the creation of the first PMA and the lessons for leaders today.
On-the-job injuries and illnesses have skyrocketed in recent years for the TSA employees.
A state lawmaker said that branding polygamists as felons has driven abuse into the shadows.
In a new report, two teachers unions and a gun-control group recommend that schools stop using active-shooter drills—or at least revise them—amid fears the exercises are terrifying and damaging to students.
Labor becomes the sixth agency to join the Centers of Excellence program and the first of 2020.
Pay & Benefits
The effort to ensure all federal employees have access to up to 12 weeks of paid time off following the birth, adoption or foster placement of a child now has bipartisan support.
Despite defense contractors’ glittering demonstrations, difficult realities are challenging the military’s race to network everything.
A story from the New York Post ignited speculation that Elaine McCusker’s nomination could be withdrawn. It’s not clear that’s the case. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class James Lee
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