The latest federal government news from Washington, D.C. – policy, procedures and updates.
Caps on Secret Service salaries mean some agents are working hours of overtime without receiving the extra pay. Some in Congress want to change that.
The Veterans Administration is under scrutiny again. This time for the awarding of bonuses regardless of performance.
When the United States entered World War II, one of the first places the Army invaded was Walt Disney Studios.
There’s a debate waging in Washington, D.C. – and this time it’s not about political candidates. Which career is right for you – working directly for the federal government or working as a contractor?
Over the past several years, federal and contract salaries have stagnated under an LPTA model. Will 2017 usher in an upswing as the government competes for talent?
Last week the Navy announced a controversial change to the Navy Ratings System. Ratings will be replaced by a Navy Occupational Specialty code.
The government’s new fiscal year is set to start, not with a bang, but with a Continuous Resolution and a possible exodus of senior government officials.
Does the health of the President really matter? Learn more about the history of the presidential health debate, and what elected officials have in common with service members.
The size of the US Army is up for debate, with several proposals to cut the number of troops by tens of thousands.
ITT students have a couple of choices. One, they can get a transcript from ITT and search for a school that will accept their credits (or at least most of them). Two, they can start over with a new degree plan at another school.
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