Employees overwhelmingly see the importance and value in existing federal health and retirement benefits, and in many cases, these programs are a top recruitment and retention incentive, a new Office of Personnel Management survey found.
Tuesday marked the end of the L 2020 Lifecycle fund and the launch of six new Lifecycle funds.
The department created the data management position within the office of the Chief Management Officer in 2018. But as part of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, Congress moved the CDO job to the CIO’s office.
Forthcoming regulations from the Office of Personnel Management will allow agencies to restore forfeited annual leave to federal employees whose service is needed during the coronavirus pandemic -- but only in certain circumstances.
The Pentagon expects to move ahead with its plan to downsize or close dozens of medical facilities by the end of 2020.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Chief Information Officers Council says government needs a new pay and personnel system to better recruit and compensate the future federal IT workforce.
While most feds oppose WEP and GPO, today’s guest columnist said he’s looked at the background, crunched the numbers and in his opinion they are fair.
Given the impact of the pandemic on the economy, and on prices, it is unlikely that retirees who get cost of living adjustments most years will be getting a COLA in January 2021.
Congress — most of it, anyway — returns to Washington with a long agenda. At the top of the list is what will be in a fourth stimulus bill if there is one.
They say that the coronavirus is a threat to all of us regardless of who we are and where we live - we are all in the same boat. But are we really?
VA Undersecretary for Benefits Paul Lawrence joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to describe what he's hearing and telling the veterans.
For obvious reasons, nobody has a handle on where cost of living adjustments or health care costs/insurance premiums will end up.
Under the Heroes Act, the $3 trillion coronavirus relief package House Democrats unveiled Tuesday, eligible federal employees would keep teleworking through the end of the year, while those working on the frontlines of the government's pandemic response could receive up to $10,000 in additional premium pay.
An independent assessment by the Defense Business Board found DoD's chief management officer is “nearly unanimously” viewed as ineffective — partly because the CMO was never set up for success.