House OKs 2.6 Percent Pay Raise For Civilian Federal WorkersLawmakers say the raise shows respect for a workforce that just endured a 35-day partial government shutdown.
Chef José Andrés' Team Will Keep Serving Free Meals To Federal Employees As They Head Back To WorkRenowned chef José Andrés and his nonprofit have served millions of free meals to needy Americans after such natural disasters as Hurricane Maria and the California wildfires.
Hogan Asks For Shutdown To End, Thanks Federal Employees Working At AirportsGov. Larry Hogan has announced free rides on public transportation for federal workers who aren't getting paid because of the partial government shutdown.
Amid Mounting Need, Federal Workers Go To Maryland Food BankAs the shutdown lingers, frustrated workers are reaching out to the food bank for help, but officials said every day the shutdown continues it puts a strain on supplies.
How Federal Workforce Hiring Freeze Will Impact MarylandersNow that President Donald Trump has ordered a hiring freeze for most federal workers, some Marylanders are worried about their future.
Federal Workers In Md. React To Government ShutdownThousands of workers here in Maryland could be impacted by a government shutdown.
Federal Workers In D.C. Area Can Take Leave MondayThe U.S. Office of Personnel Management says federal agencies in Washington will be open Monday, but employees will have the option of taking unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
House Votes To Continue Federal Worker Pay FreezeRepublicans have pushed through the House a bill that would freeze the wages of federal workers for a third year and bar members of Congress from giving themselves a pay raise.
Snow Policy To Change For D.C.-Area Federal WorkersNew policies are being developed for snowstorms to have federal workers leave work by a designated time or shelter in place until roads are clear.
Federal Workers Can Telework To Avoid Icy CommuteInstead of slipping and sliding their way into work in an ice storm, federal workers will be allowed to telework or take unscheduled leave.
OPM Chief Defends Decision To Send Workers HomeThe head of the federal government's personnel office says he's sorry that so many people were caught in historically bad traffic Wednesday but defended his decision to let workers leave two hours early.