Feds: Think you've suffered enough? Jacob Lew says you could be in for more pain.
Contractor pay rose slowly, and for some jobs it fell, but the average gap is widening between contractors and feds.
Could a management philosophy that shuns traditional ways of thinking about work soon be a reality for the federal workforce?
A confluence of events makes telework more attractive than ever -- just in time for a bombshell study to throw a wrench into the effort.
Most feds haven't been told they're eligible to telework OPM survey finds.
A new bill to cut the federal workforce is under consideration in the House and Senate.
Federal agencies should brace for close auditing of all of their activities as part of the drive to cut government expenses, experts predict.
The Office of Government Ethics' recently proposed ethics rule is even more restrictive than it first seemed, according to one industry figure.
Debate starts over accountability for teleworkers.
The odds are against a government shutdown, one expert says, but the Senate still could block a resolution.
A proposed ethics rule would bar feds from lobbyist-sponsored social events, but it also could inhibit attendance at trade shows and conferences.
The Obama administration wants a 1.2 percent increase in federal employees' retirement contributions.