The Office of Management and Budget sent a memo Friday night to the heads of shuttered departments and agencies after President Donald Trump signed a bill that temporarily reopens the federal government for three weeks.
Federal workers worried about paying the rent may want to talk to their landlord. A couple of the biggest property management companies in the D.C. region said they’re trying to be flexible.
The University of Mary Washington has invited all workers affected by the shutdown to a free program Thursday on its Stafford campus.
Federal employees are beginning 2019 at the same salaries as last year, after President Trump signed an executive order last Friday freezing federal salaries.
The government shutdown has created a lot of uncertainty, especially as the workweek begins. Here are the answers to some of your questions.
Federal workers are slated to see another slight pay increase next year, the White House’s budget director announced on Tuesday. This will be the second year in a row the federal workforce receives a pay raise. The news comes on the heels of a related announcement that the federal hiring freeze has been lifted.
The Trump administration will recommend a 1.9 percent raise for federal workers that would be scheduled to take effect in January, a senior budget official told The Washington Post.
In light of Inauguration week travel disruptions and commuting delays, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management is asking federal employees who work in downtown D.C.to telework on Wednesday and Thursday, if possible.
WASHINGTON — Increased security, crowds of tourists and traffic jams are among the reasons federal employees are encouraged to work from home during the Pope’s visit to D.C. this month. In a memo from the Office…
Some IRS employees say their offices are making them sick.
The federal transit allowance has been slashed dramatically, which stands to impact the region\’s commute — whether by car or transit.
Transportation planners warn of a \”devastating effect\” following the implementation of new transportation allowances that hit Jan. 1 for federal employees.
Joint Base Andrews is storing water and making plans to continue operating without public water as the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission\’s water outage nears.
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