Pay & Benefits

Air Force to offer third round of buyouts

Employees will receive eligibility surveys by May and, if approved, must leave by Aug. 31.

Pay & Benefits

Sequestration could mean furloughs for many Justice employees

More than 100,000 employees could be forced to take several weeks of unpaid vacation in 2013.


Capital area charity drive falls slightly short of goal

Tallies are not final, but the fundraiser brought in about 95 percent of its target.

Pay & Benefits

Agriculture to offer more buyouts

Department plans to grant 300 buyouts and then hire 150 employees at lower grades.


Around Government

Looking for Peace Corps alumni, social media on the hunt and multilingual services


Video: Navy installing its largest solar film

Project on the commissary roof at a base in Japan may save $300,000.


Labor sues Postal Service over whistleblower mistreatment

Lawsuit is OSHA’s second complaint in recent years against Seattle center.


Labor Department to consolidate field offices

Move is estimated to save $19 million in two years.

Pay & Benefits

OPM proposes part-time work as step toward retirement

Program could help save $720 million in 10 years, Federal Times reports.


Senior-level vacancies persist at Homeland Security

Reorganizations, political transitions and retirements are among the factors that affected openings, officials tell watchdog.


Budget requests, agency-by-agency

A look at how President's Obama's fiscal 2013 plan would affect major departments.


White House announces veterans hiring initiatives

New jobs at Interior could become permanent as 40 percent of the department's current workforce is slated to retire by 2016.