While the number of federal-military personnel participating in the federal 401k plan increased slightly between June and September, most account balances — at every level — were down slightly.
The National Defense Authorization Act is often a grab-bag of sorts for members looking to easily address other legislative priorities with a bill that's considered "must-pass" each year. Here are several provisions in the House-passed NDAA that are worth watching for federal employees.
If your retirement nest egg is invested in the stock market you probably know that after a very long winning streak September was not too nice.
The Pentagon issued its guidance for civilian employees on Monday, giving workers a little less than two months to get inoculated.
The director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis S
Has your home to work commute returned to pre-pandemic levels? Have you gone from happy home-bound worker to wretched rush hour victim?
TRICARE beneficiaries who get their drugs through home delivery or through a retail pharmacy will pay anywhere from $1 to $8 more in copayments starting in 2022.
Next year's premium rate increases under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) are on the modest side, at least compared to recent years. But the pandemic continues to make the business of predicting future trends difficult, to say the least.
Congress averted a partial government shutdown, but lawmakers didn’t meet the same deadline to extend funding for the Highway Trust Fund, which finances most of the federal government’s spending on highways and public transit.
Thrift Savings Plan returns took a turn for the worse in September, with every fund except for the securities-backed G fund posting negative returns.
Federal employment attorney Heidi Burakiewicz represents tens of thousands of employees who sued for damages after both the 2013 and 2018 shutdowns, and joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to bring us up to speed on those cases.
Both Democrats and Republicans say they believe frontline officers at the Transportation Security Administration are underpaid. The House Homeland Security Committee's top Republican said he will support legislation to move TSA officers into the Title 5 pay and personnel system if other options fail.
When the COVID pandemic hit, many predicted that premiums in the giant federal employee health benefits program would skyrocket.
Eating disorders in the military have risen 26% in recent years.