The National Archives and Records Administration's National Personnel Records Center has a backlog of more than 500,000 requests and 400,000 records that need refiling. The agency estimates it will take two years to resolve the backlog without extra help.
The Director of Health Care issues at the Government Accountability Office Sharon Silas discusses what the watchdog agency found.
By working another two years, an employee earning $80,000 per year can boost their retirement income by almost $30,000.
Moving quickly on directions from Congress, the Trump Administration dissolved what had been DoD's third highest-ranking position during its last week in office. The Biden Administration hasn't yet decided if it wants to alter those plans.
The Veterans Benefits Administration said it can recover its disability claims backlog relatively quickly, but Congress is concerned the agency is relying on contractors to get the bulk of the work done.
When it comes to a comfortable annuity for life, no matter how high prices go, not all feds are treated equally.
When it comes to career planning, many federal agencies do an excellent job. But when it comes to providing financial planning, most federal agencies do little if anything.
Following an apparently successful pilot project, DoD plans to start negotiations with SAP Concur on the price tag to fully replace its existing system.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin concluded its four-part series, Federal Unions: For better or for worse, with the president of one of the major unions itself, the National Treasury Employees Union's Tony Reardon.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department has expanded its program of using external hackers to probe systems for cybersecurity vulnerability.
When it comes to getting quality career financial advice from your employer, a lot of people say many government agencies provide the best overall quality advice.
The Defense Department still wants to cut 18,000 medical billets.
Under the new emergency paid leave program, agencies will grant time off to eligible federal employees on conditional basis. Agencies will request reimbursement from the Office of Personnel Management, as long as funds are available.
Would you buy a book about how to make a million dollars from an individual who is selling a book about how to make it or a long-time fellow fed who’s TSP account just passed the million dollar mark?