Well, it finally happened. After 10-plus years, the longest bull market in history, the stock market had an historic correction.
The Army is working with the Defense Department on the possibility of slowing down the transfer of military treatment facilities to the Defense Health Agency, and the consolidation of those hospitals — especially in rural areas with large military bases.
The Democratic presidential primaries are great drama this year and the coronavirus scare is super important. That said, until a lot more is known, life goes on.
The Pentagon promises the three most biting provisions left out of the tenant bill of rights will be eventually added.
Warning of long lines and flight delays, the union representing Transportation Security Administration officers said airports are understaffed, officers underpaid.
2020 has not been a good year for TSP returns thus far, as February continues the downward trend begun last month.
In today’s Federal Newscast, new proposals from the Office of Personnel Management has the National Treasury Employees Union concerned the administration is side-stepping the intent of the new paid parental leave law.
Phased retirement hasn’t been as popular among federal employees as expected, but Mike Causey is willing to give it a shot.
While the short-term impact is obvious, the long-range impact of the coronavirus scare on the world economy, the stock market, and your Thrift Savings Plan nestegg is yet too be determined.
The White House’s proposal would eliminate a long-time benefit which provides “gap” payments to employees, like federal firefighters, forced to retire as early as age 57.
The documents gives service members and their families 15 guaranteed protections.
Bob Tobias, a professor at American University, says next-year’s budget proposal from the White House is enough to make some feds say, “Stop the world, I want to get off.”
Housing, relocation and mental health are all issues the Pentagon is trying to get its arms around. It’s also areas where service members are struggling.
Working for the federal government has its rewards and challenges. The same when you retire — a lot of options which also means a lot of choices.