You may be working harder, but at least you're probably spending less.
More than 55,000 active and retired federal and postal workers have a million dollars, or more, in their Thrift Savings Plan accounts. What’s their secret?
News that they will be getting a 1.3% cost of living adjustment in January 2021 is getting a mixed reception from federal, military and Social Security retirees.
Three weeks from today the nation goes to the polls. Most Americans will be picking their president. Federal workers, in addition to picking POTUS, will also be voting for or against their boss for the next four years.
Though not yet finalized, Revision 5 represents a fundamental restructuring of 800-53 to make it more inclusive and serve an even broader base of users.
It’s a good time to look at cloud migration for cost savings, optimized security, and long-term strategy.
You can't play shrink, but you should listen, monitor, and do what you can to ensure a healthy environment.
Membership in the exclusive federal Thrift Savings Plan millionaire club continues to grow as long-time federal and military investors continue to buy stocks, even when the market hits a rough patch. There were 55,183 current…
If you could boost your take home pay 6.2% for the rest of the year but the tradeoff is that you’d have to repay it in a 12.4% bite from your paycheck starting early next year — would you take the deal?
At this unexpected and pivotal time, mid-sized and large agencies are being forced to look much more strategically at future technology requirements, infrastructure needs and related ongoing expenditures.
Federal D&I training needs a more methodical examination for fairness and effectiveness.
Feds are used to having some wrenches thrown their way this time of year. And this year will come with some surprises too, but predicting them is tricky.
We knew coming into 2020 that we’d likely be facing adversaries attempting to influence our campaigns, elections and democracy as they did four years ago.
While the politicians insult one another, the regular folks try to get things done.