Lawmakers have declared the president’s 2020 budget request “dead on arrival,” but there are a few ways the proposed federal retirement cuts could see the light of day this year.
Federal employees in the six newly established locality pay areas may be disappointed with the payout from their 2019 retroactive raises.
Federal News Network breaks down dismissal and closure guidance from the Office of Personnel Management.
The 2013 shutdown which lasted 16 days and cost the government an estimated $2.5 billion. With 34 days and counting this year’s stalemate could meet that number.
Federal News Network is soliciting your questions about your pay, benefits, retirement and other topics during the government shutdown.
Government shutdowns are the norm today, but it wasn’t always that way. A 1980 interpretation of the Antideficiency Act changed the way both the executive and legislative branches handled lapses in appropriations, and they haven’t looked back since.
The Office of Personnel Management has updated information for furloughed federal employees who want to file for unemployment benefits during this partial government shutdown.
The Office of Personnel Management has updated guidance on what federal employees impacted by a potential partial government shutdown should expect over the coming holidays.
The agency that administers the Thrift Savings Plan is planning to implement new withdrawal options for its participants by next September. Here’s what participants need to know about those options.
Federal security clearances may grab headlines, but the polygraph portion has gone virtually unchanged for decades. Now they’re getting a closer look.
Between last week’s OPM report and this week’s congressional hearing, feds may have some questions about official time. Federal News Radio wants to answer them.
Federal News Radio explains each of OPM’s proposed changes to the federal retirement system and details their outlook in Congress.
Federal employees are hearing a lot of mixed messages about telework these days, so Federal News Radio set out to answer their most common questions.
A government “shutdown” isn’t really a shutdown. Many services will continue, but hundreds of thousands of federal workers will be forced off the job, and some services will go dark.