The federal workforce would be reduced by attrition and employees would pay more toward their retirement benefits under the budget plan unveiled Tuesday by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.). “The federal government’s responsibilities require a strong federal workforce. … Continue reading ?
The familiar topics of the size of the federal workforce and how well the government compensates its employees will be among the priority items in 2013-2014 for the main House committee overseeing general government operations. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is … Continue reading ?
The Senate Homeland Security Committee this week will examine two developments, one scandalous, the other a long-term problem. On Monday afternoon, the panel’s subcommittee on government management and the federal workforce will hear testimony on what it calls “A National Crisis: The Federal Government’s Foreign Language Capabilities.” Read full article >>
A measure approved by the House Budget Committee last week would reduce the federal workforce by 10 percent by 2015, Eric Yoder reported Tuesday in Federal Eye. The reductions would come through attrition and reorganization, and the plan specifies that only one employee would be hired for every three who leave. Read full article >>
The House Republican committee chairman overseeing the federal workforce said the rank and file shouldn’t read too much into what Texas Gov. Rick Perry said this week about what he would do as president with subordinate federal workers. During...Show More Summary
A coalition of 22 labor organizations representing federal employees is pledging “to defend the federal workforce from irresponsible cuts in the forthcoming congressional ‘super committee’ negotiations.” The Federal Workers AllianceShow More Summary