Given GSA Administrator Emily Murphy’s goal of transparency, the Coalition for Government Procurement says it was surprised by the recent disappearance of GSA’s online staff directory from the agency’s website.
For many January is a hope-springs-eternal transition time. But there are things members of the federal family can, and should, be doing that will save money.
New-to-Washington political appointees, hoping to dilute or eliminate teleworking in their agencies, maybe got a dose of reality this week.
While your income will likely go down in retirement, moving to a more tax-friendly state could increase the cash value of your annuity.
IRS now has a patent on a technology it won’t use to solve a crucial problem.
Mike Causey asked Abraham Grungold, a 34-year civil servant, why so many TSP investors have account balances that are so relatively small?
One longtime reader says feds should be aware of their full retirement age (FRA) and what it means to them.
Even though achieving CSF compliance can take serious consideration and time, many international players have recently begun leveraging the framework, thanks in part to new efforts from NIST.
Federal workers this month are getting a 3.1% total pay and federal-postal retirees are getting a 1.6% cost of living adjustment.
Credibility with the public originates with employees trusting one another.
To protect their annuities from the ups and downs of the stock market, many active and most retired federal-postal workers have a major chunk of their Thrift Savings Plan account in the Treasury securities G fund.
Most people know the rule is buy low, sell high. If you buy that, the problem is knowing when the market has peaked or bottomed out.
Ask yourself if, when you start tapping your TSP you’ll be glad you invested pre-tax, or do you wish you had taken the Roth option?
Neha Anand, group product manager at Okta, offers four predictions for technology trends in the government sector in the new year.