The latest federal government news from Washington, D.C. – policy, procedures and updates.
Locality pay changes are increasing the size of some localities, which could reduce the size of any pay increase for federal workers in those areas.
With congressional push back against another round of BRAC, the Pentagon is opting for a ‘slow bleed’ – which may or may not be even more painful.
Northrop Grumman wins a more than $80-billion contract to develop a new deep strike bomber for the Air Force.
Real ID Act implementation is moving slowly, even as deadlines loom. That may affect some individuals’ ability to enter government facilities.
BAE Systems will develop the defensive system as a Boeing subcontractor.
A new wave of executive actions mandate paid sick leave and pay transparency for federal contract employees, including subcontractors.
A Pentagon proposal to overhaul the civilian workforce to a pay-for-performance system is being met with criticism from government employee unions.
Lawsuits against OPM have little chance of success – but that isn’t stopping several groups affected by the breach from trying.
A new letter from federal trade associations is urging the White House to ease up on the growing number of executive orders resulting in more compliance requirements for contractors.
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