In addition to the ever-present threat of a shutdown, it’s when federal workers go shopping for next year’s all-important heath insurance.
Former Navy Adm. Bill Moran’s early retirement demonstrates an old lesson in sticking to the rules.
Former DHS chief human capital officer Jeff Neal says he didn’t used to, but that the recent USDA situation makes him think the civil service might in fact be broken.
Shouldn’t the feds responsible for programs impacting crops, cattle and minerals be closer to the taxpayers who produce, manage and depend on them?
Most experts say it is essential that people under the Federal Employees Retirement System put at least 5% into the Thrift Savings Plan.
The General Services Administration’s multiple-award schedule contracts generate about $45 billion in annual sales. The challenge will be to build portals, not flea markets.
Levi Gundert, the vice president of intelligence and risk at Recorded Future, explains how agencies can protect themselves as Iranian cyber attacks escalate.
When the Federal Employees Retirement System was being developed in Congress, most people didn’t switch even though they probably should have.
Many current and former feds remember whistleblowers in their agency. Often times the people who knew them best are the best judges of their actions, impact and motives.
The government management ranks aren’t totally at odds with their employees.
Since the 1980s some federal offices and postal stations have been divided by a form of pension envy between CSRS and FERS.
Commentator Jeff Neal addresses some of the ways AI may replace HR in the not-too-distant future, looking at actual technology.
No matter how humble your salary, job, habits and possessions you have an estate.
The agency’s IG report on two Trump administration appointees reads like a politicals’ manual for what not to do.