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TSP bounces back in big way for November

Returns released Tuesday showed monthly improvements reminiscent of this spring, with every fund ending in the black and several making double-digit growth.

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In ongoing effort to fill cyber vacancies, FBI turns to creative recruitment solutions

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Air Force filling its employment holes, looking to improve leadership

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Open Season 2021 Hotline

The 2021 Open Season runs Nov. 9 to Dec. 14 and we're here to help feds understand their options under the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program. Use this form to send us your questions, and tune in to the Federal Drive with Tom Temin weekday mornings and afternoons (1500 AM). We'll read select answers at 5 minutes past the hour.

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Overcoming cultural barriers remains biggest hurdle to enterprise risk management

A new survey from the Association of Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM) shows more than 50% of the respondents say their ERM programs are either “highly engaged” or “extremely engaged.”

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What contractors can expect in 2021

With a vaccine still on the horizon, and a presidential transition now underway, projections on contract spending for 2021 are murkier than usual.

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Combined Federal Campaign making push for giving

Today is the Combined Federal Campaign’s Giving Tuesday. But the signs are already indicating a strong season this year.

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Retirees and the CFC: Compassion & Leadership Endure Beyond Retirement

Federal employees receive an onslaught of information when they retire, much of it information about their annuity and benefits. But one thing that’s often missing is information about their charitable contributions to the Combined Federal Campaign.

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VA's new employee journey map has governmentwide potential, OMB says

Veterans Affairs recently created the first-ever employee journey map, which the Trump administration sees as a potential tool for agencies. Journey maps could help agency leaders better identify workforce trends.

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How the Federal Student Aid program has adjusted to the pandemic

The Education Department’s student aid program is about to host an online conference for more than 14,000 people in the financial community. It can be that big because it’s online.

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Changes on the horizon for defense contractors

Federal contractors are bracing for radical changes in policy and the threat of a short-term government shutdown as they look forward the coming transition.

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Congress, employee groups ramp up pressure to block Schedule F executive order

House Democrats, good government groups and federal employee associations are urging congressional appropriators to include language blocking the president’s Schedule F executive order in the next spending bill.

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Air Force filling its employment holes, looking to improve leadership

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Pay & Benefits

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Big gains for Thrift Savings Plan in November

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Workforce

Most agencies still on their own to fill cyber talent gaps, solarium says

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Todd Benson

Air Force filling its employment holes, looking to improve leadership

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