The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board found that TSP participants who received an email from the board were more likely to increase their retirement savings contributions.
The VA Employee Fairness Act would provide full collective bargaining rights for 100,000 VA doctors, physician assistants, nurses, dentists and chiropractors.
Thrift Savings Plan participants saw a major TSP update on June 1. Now six months later, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board shared progress, ongoing work and lessons learned.
Environmental Protection Agency employees, implementing major climate and green government legislation championed by the Biden administration, are calling for higher wages and more opportunities for promotions.
The Veterans Affairs Department is on a hiring spree for IT talent, and recruiting private-sector employees hit by industry-wide layoffs to join its ranks.
Open Season will come to a close on Dec. 12, but typically a very small number of FEHB enrollees make changes to their health enrollments. Federal health policy analysts shared why it’s still worth taking a look.
Just a few days remain before Open Season closes. If you don't act, you may be missing out on a chance to improve your health care coverage for 2023. Or you might get the same thing for less money.
Congress has been unwilling to go along with a national minimum wage of $15 an hour. The Biden administration imposed one for the federal workforce and for contractors. The Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with someone who thinks such a mandated wage could result in reduced services and flexibility for the government itself.
It may seem like the Fourth of July weekend was just a couple of months ago, but now 2023 is only three weeks away. It's the season of lists! Make 'em once and check 'em twice! While you're making lists, be sure you've got a year-end financial checklist.
In today's Federal Newscast: Social Security's "Evil Twins" may actually get their first House vote. Federal employees are less satisfied with their pay, according to the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey. And the Education Department gets a new CIO.
Giving Tuesday is just one day out of 365 when people have the opportunity to make donations.
Across the board, Thrift Savings Plan funds made gains in November. These come after a month where they almost all saw positive movement, as well.
In today's Federal Newscast: The President's Management Agenda sets agency goals for training and supplier diversity, among others. Seventy House lawmakers push for billions of dollars for the Social Security Administration. And the Senate confirms a new Defense Department IG.
About one quarter of 2022 FEVS respondents said they'd consider leaving their position based on their agency's current telework or remote work options.