Three big reforms in military health are being reconsidered due to the pandemic.
Membership in the exclusive federal Thrift Savings Plan millionaire club continues to grow as long-time federal and military investors continue to buy stocks, even when the market hits a rough patch. There were 55,183 current…
New proposed regulations from OPM reinterpret the agency's own 40-year-old reading of the Back Pay Act, and would limit the kinds of cases where federal employees could receive back pay, as well as exclude unions from receiving attorney fees.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management wants to change how and when federal employees might receive back pay for an unjustified or unwarranted personnel action.
New federal retirement claims held largely steady in September, though they were still below their levels a year ago.
If you could boost your take home pay 6.2% for the rest of the year but the tradeoff is that you’d have to repay it in a 12.4% bite from your paycheck starting early next year — would you take the deal?
A group of 43 House members, including four Republicans, are again calling on the Trump administration to give federal employees and military members the choice to opt-out of the president's payroll tax deferral.
In today's Federal Newscast, Congress makes another push to allow federal employees and military members to opt-out of the president's payroll tax deferral.
DoD CIO Dana Deasy says officials have been finding temporary homes for cloud applications that were counting on the long-delayed JEDI program. Other preparatory that's not technically part of the contract has been proceeding apace too.
At least 9,000 fewer federal employees have retired this year since the start of the pandemic compared to the same six-month period in 2019. Federal financial planners say the pandemic is partly to blame.
The Treasury securities-backed G fund and the fixed income investment F fund may have had slight improvements, but September was a period of overall decline for the Thrift Savings Plan.
Do you find yourselves longing for the good old days, or your version of same? Maybe back to a time when candy bars were only a nickel or a dime, or when kids went to school at actual schools?
Military members and federal employee groups worry those impacted by the president's mandatory payroll tax deferral aren't getting the message about the extra dollars they're seeing in their paychecks -- and that they'll have to pay it all back next year.
While it has been an unimaginable tragedy for many people, for many of us, including feds, it has been survivable so far.