Depending on which side you’re on, GPO and WEP either rightly save taxpayers a lot of money or, more commonly, they rob tens of thousands of retirees or their spouses from Social Security benefits.
The Social Security Fairness Act now has more than 290 co-sponsors, more than enough to force a House floor vote.
The Senate will continue debating the Chips Bill this week. Find out more about that and other important happenings on Capitol Hill, Tom Temin talked with Bloomberg Government deputy news director Loren Duggan.
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform sent letters to veteran records retrieval companies including DD214 Direct, Aardvark Research Group and Angels Research.
The House Rules Committee on Tuesday advanced a revised version of the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (Honoring Our PACT) Act that the Senate passed month, but addresses technical drafting errors.
For an update, VA's Executive Director of Loan Guaranty John Bell III spoke to the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Current policy lets feds use sick leave to travel for medical care, but some employer groups want the White House to go further.
There may come a time in your family's life when having the should-I-have-a-trust conversation is critical. Whether you did it, or especially if you didn’t do it but should have!
The Honoring Our PACT Act would expand disability compensation and health care benefits for veterans exposed to toxic substances during their military service.
The key ingredient in any successful business is a talented and productive workforce. The talent a company acquires and retains is vital to the company’s success. Employees are rethinking their professional values and are faced with uncertainties regarding their personal health, wellbeing and job stability.
Automation can help VA process survivors claims when a veteran passes away, which currently takes more than two months on average.
When Congress created the Federal Employee Retirement System in the ‘80s, one of the most notable changes was that future retirees would get smaller cost of living adjustments than participants in the old Civil Service Retirement System. CSRS and Social Security beneficiaries get COLAs that match inflation; FERS retirees get a smaller adjustment. That hasn’t been a big deal over the past decade of low inflation, but obviously circumstances have changed.
In today's Federal Newscast, a bill passes the House giving federal workers who get injured on the job better access to workers' compensation.
Food insecurity affected one in five military families as of 2021 — up from one in eight in 2019 — according to the Military Family Advisory Network.