This article details that the joint Army-Air Force base, with 43,000 active-duty military personnel and some 14,000 civilian employees, most recently attracted attention as the home base of Robert Bales, the staff sergeant accused of massacring 17 Afghan villagers in March. It was also home for a so-called "kill team," convicted of wartime atrocities in 2010.
This article starts by a statement from Anthony Macri, who serves on the General Services Administration's mobility transformation team that "People are dating online. Meeting people all over the world."
This article mentions that according to a study released Wednesday by the Partnership for Public Service, federal employees rate their leaders lower on communication, they feel less empowered and they view their supervisors less positively than private-sector employees do.
This article describes that an analysis of Best Places to Work in the Federal Government data by the Partnership for Public Service reveals that leadership in the federal government is one of the lowest ranked out of 10 workplace categories, with a score of only 54.9 out of 100.
This article briefs that due to the downsizing of the entire Department of Defense (DOD), massive budget cuts, and hiring freezes, many senior leaders at the Pentagon, military bases, and DOD agencies are trying to walk out the revolving door.