The Office of Personnel Management is seeking an executive to lead its Hiring Experience Group as the Biden administration becomes the fourth White House to try to “fix” the federal hiring process.
Space and Missile Defense Command started its improvement plan by listening to its own people.
Picking the “best” of the 50 states, tax-wise, can mean hundreds of thousands extra dollars that will be yours, not the Great State of Whatever, for as long as you are retired.
Many investors know the conventional thing to do, when times are good. But when things go south, which they do regularly, the fight-or-flight instinct kicks in. Times like now.
Before the pandemic hit the world, changing everything, teleworking in government was not widespread. And many agencies were scaling it back or eliminating it. Now some people say they're never going back.
Looking into enrollment numbers for the TSP mutual fund window, an upcoming GAO investigation and the latest TSP millionaires report.
Sometimes working along can be downright pleasant. Sometimes you're all by yourself pursuing injustice.
Worried about how you will survive the next recession? While you’re at it, maybe you should worry about the recession-after-next. And the one that follows it.
If you choose the invest-for-the-long haul course you may, as 112,000 rank-and-file federal and postal workers have done, become a TSP millionaire. But the keys are long-term investing and doing what the proven winners have already done.
A million dollar nest egg may be a reasonable goal at age 25. But that could change by the time you are 50 or 60. Maybe been through a major recession or two. Or seen inflation skyrocket.
The IRS is getting its shot to rebuild its workforce and bring its IT into the 21st century, after more than a decade of belt-tightening.
The more work becomes tele or remote, the greater the allure of virtual reality in professional settings.
With so many feds retirement-eligible, many are likely crunching the numbers to decide if it is better to be retired from government than working for it. Both financially and emotionally.
Probate can be a lengthy and expensive process that takes months, even years in some cases, to determine how your estate will be split up. Learn what you need to legally protect your family/friends and be sure they get what you want them to get.