The U.S. Census Bureau created 411,000 jobs in the month of May -- an overwhelming majority of the jobs created last month.
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The U.S. government is seeing "hints" that adversaries are targeting military networks for "remote" sabotage, the head of the Pentagon's recently launched Cyber Command said Tuesday in his first public remarks since being confirmed last month.
An FBI information technology employee pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal district court in Virginia to possessing child pornography, authorities said Thursday.
Yet another Republican lawmaker is trying to trim fat off the federal payrolls. This time it's Rep. Cynthia Lummis (Wyo.), one of several Republican members of the House Budget Committee pushing a package of government spending cuts.
Obama administration officials want Congress to approve more telework options for federal workers, arguing that the government could save millions of dollars in lost productivity during bad weather if employees could work from home in between shoveling snow and entertaining cabin fevered children.
President Obama extended on Wednesday a wider range of benefits to the same-sex partners of eligible federal workers, including access to medical treatment, relocation assistance, credit unions and fitness centers.
The Labor Department issued a $15 million grant on Tuesday for about 3,200 contractors slated to lose their jobs later this year when work ends on NASA's Space shuttle program.
The pay and personnel system for Defense Department intelligence units demonstrates the difference between theory and practice.
The same-sex partners of gay and lesbian federal workers can start applying for long term health care insurance starting July 1, the Office of Personnel Management said Tuesday.
The FBI looks ready for a chemical, biological or radiological terrorist attack, but the rest of the Justice Department “is not prepared,” according to a blistering audit released Tuesday.
The longtime regional Census Bureau director in Detroit has been replaced, but census officials are declining to discuss the reasons behind the unusual move, which comes in the middle of census season.
Conservative muckraker James O'Keefe (no relation to this blogger) is raising questions about hiring and payment policies at the U.S. Census Bureau, saying he was hired in late April and overpaid for completing training courses.
By The Post's Ellen Nakashima in 44: Sameer Bhalotra, an expert among Congressional aides on all things cyber - from protecting computer systems from attack to oversight of spy agencies that break into enemy networks - is heading to the...
The Obama administration's self-professed top geek traveled north to The Federal Eye's home region over the weekend to deliver remarks at the 204th commencement at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York's Capital Region.
President Obama meets Tuesday with the co-chairs of his BP Oil Spill Commission at the White House before making a statement about the ongoing federal response to the April 20 Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion and spill.
The Eye spoke last week with Steve Muro, who serves as acting undersecretary for the Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration, putting him in charge of 131 national cemeteries in the United States and Puerto Rico.