OPM

  • Fed workforce survey: a mixed bag

    Improvement needed in work-life balance.

  • What’s in YOUR Paycheck?

    A lot of changes happen with every new year – and some feds can look forward to an increase in their pay. Others are getting more bang for their buck when it comes to cost…

  • Here to Help

    Many people across the country have been hurt by the recession – and are now looking to the government for help. The federal government can’t help, though, if its own workforce is underappreciated. John Palguta…

  • Tuesday Morning Federal Newsstand

    Personnel agency clarifies Inauguration Day policies (GovExec) IG: OMB doesn’t influence DOD in competitive sourcing (FCW) FBI plans large hiring blitz of agents, experts (Reuters) Madoff scandal, SEC role under scrutiny JetBlue, TSA Workers Settle…

  • Open Season: To Change Or Not To Change

    The health insurance open season has been extended. FederalNewsRadio listeners and readers got the first alert last Friday. So what does it mean? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey provides a checklist.

  • 21st Century and Beyond?

    What is the federal government doing to attract and retain employees in the 21st Century? The Office of Personnel Management has developed its Career Patterns Initiative to help with the hiring issues federal managers face.…

  • OPM eliminates time-in grade restriction

    Federal employees at a General Schedule grade 5 and above no longer have to stay in their current grade for a year before being able to be compete for a new job at a higher…

  • Agencies to set own human capital PMA goals

    Federal management to remain priority in next administration

  • Says Who?

    The Federal Salary Council recently released its recommendations for locality pay for 2010. But have you ever wondered how those numbers are actually determined? Chuck Grimes, Deputy Associate Director for the Center for Performance and…

  • A Health Plan Designed For You

    Why should federal workers who diet, exercise and have healthy lifestyles have to pay the same health insurance premiums as their overweight, unhealthy office mates?

  • A Health Plan Designed For You

    Why should federal workers who diet, exercise and have healthy lifestyles have to pay the same health insurance premiums as their overweight, unhealthy office mates?

  • Health Premiums: You Really Want The Truth?

    Health care premiums are going up an average of 8 percent, but for people in some plans their share of premiums will double or even triple. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains why and what you can do about it.

  • Health Premiums: You Really Want The Truth?

    Health care premiums are going up an average of 8 percent, but for people in some plans their share of premiums will double or even triple. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains why and what you can do about it.

  • Four days a week . . .

    Continuing the verbal ping pong over a four-day work week for feds.