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There is little chance the layoffs that have affected some industries will affect government. If anything, agencies are hiring. But reductions-in-force have occurred occasionally over the years. If that's the case — or maybe you're just worried — what exactly are your rights and options.
A simple list of names doesn't do justice to Presidential Rank Awardees, plus GAO launches look-see into TSP snafus
President Joe Biden’s fiscal 2024 budget request to Congress increases discretionary spending for defense and non-defense agencies with nine departments asking for double-digit increases.
The government's latest consolidated financial statements would give a normal CFO hives. Material control weaknesses, significant uncertainties, serious financial management problems.
In today's Federal Newscast: GAO promises more details about TSP's new website. Lawmakers look to ban agency use of Biometric Technology. And the Army's new advertising slogan is an old one.
Federal employees continue to express frustration with the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) website, the portal through which millions access their accounts. At its recent monthly meeting, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (FRTIB) revisited its IT modernization project, which deployed in May of last year.
The Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service is looking to modernize the way the federal government does business — and giving agencies a status update on its goals through the end of the decade.
A host of bills lawmakers reintroduced this week would impact retirement savings for federal fighters and federal law enforcement officers, as well as offer feds a grace period for payment obligations during a government shutdown or debt default.
Thrift Savings Plan has a shaky February, but returns are all still positive for the year.
After the major Thrift Savings Plan update last June, officials from Accenture Federal Services said they have made progress to resolve widespread issues for participants, but are still focused on “continuous improvements.”
Employee retention is a hot topic for many agencies. Agencies have made positive steps toward keeping people, but there are a few things they could still do.
The challenges VA workers and all federal employees face are real and should not be dismissed. We have to do better for VA workers and all federal employees, and that starts with passing the FAIR Act and ensuring an 8.7% average pay increase.
Two Social Security provisions have long rankled federal employees and others in public service. One is called the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP). The other is the Government Pension Offset (GPO).
Thanks to last year's legislation to help the semiconductor industry, the National Science Foundation was given $9.9 billion in its record budget for fiscal 2023.