Whether you’ve been working from home, or as part of an office skeleton crew the the office-office, the last 15 months have been different.
More federal employees have retired so far during the first six months of the year compared to the same period in 2020, according to data from the Office of Personnel Management.
For incoming appointees, or long-time career feds dealing with appointees, the most important ingredient is trust.
Despite a deadly worldwide pandemic, the number of active and retired feds with million-dollar-plus Thrift Savings Plan accounts more than doubled in the last year.
Few things are more daunting than being audited by the Internal Revenue Service. And they are likely becoming more frequent. But you can take steps to make sure you're in the clear.
Consider the following. Delay your planned retirement by a year or two. Better yet, from a financial standpoint, hang on another three. Or more.
The agency that manages the Thrift Savings Plan is fielding a growing number of concerns about the financial risks of climate change.
In the first post-pandemic best places to workings, feds give agencies high marks for handling the crisis.
Depending on which polls you believe, what publications you read, and what radio/TV outlets you follow, many Americans are dying to get back to the office. By the same token, many say they would stay home.
Who keeps Uncle Sam afloat and pays for all those projected projects elected officials approve so they can remain in office? A lot of that money comes from estate taxes.
Would taxpayers get more bang for their buck if federal agencies slashed 60% of their executive workforce while tripling the pay of those who remained in the career Senior Executive Service?
So far there seems to be consensus at least within the White House and House on a 2.7% federal pay raise for civilian employees next year. But there's still one big lingering question.
Newly confirmed OPM director inherits an agency that you might call a fixer-upper.
Ever since the late ’90s, experts — both real and self-anointed — have been predicting a retirement tsunami. A tidal wave of office farewell parties that would leave Uncle Sam light in the brains, experience…
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