If you can't really change where your investments are at, don't stare at the daily fluctuations.
In today's Federal Newscast: OPM is urged to disallow salary history in both the hiring and pay-setting processes. The VA is taking corrective action after disclosing the vaccination status of more than half a million employees. And the Secret Service gets some new cybersecurity advice.
The Veterans Benefits Administration is looking to bring several thousand hires onboard to “maximize its capacity”, as it prepares to implement legislation that will make millions of new veterans eligible for VA health care and benefits.
Information technology will remain a top management challenge for the Office of Personnel Management during fiscal 2023, according to the agency's Office of Inspector General.
The stock market has driven down the number of federal employees with at least a million dollars in their Thrift Savings Plan accounts.
The National Finance Center just implemented a multifactor authentication system for agencies to access employee payroll data, and more cybersecurity updates are still ahead.
In today's Federal Newscast: The world continues to have fewer TSP millionaires. AFGE continues to grow. And VA health care embraces toxic exposure screenings.
The Office of Personnel Management's retirement claim processing backlog shrank by 1,400 claims in October.
In the digital age, federal retirement still takes by-hand data gathering and paper. Give yourself months.
The Federal Salary Council reported that federal pay fell further behind private sector pay, from a pay gap of 22.47% in 2021 to 24.09% in 2022.
As year-end approaches and federal employees think about retirement plans, here are some things to keep in mind.
Almost across-the-board, Thrift Savings Plan funds saw gains in October after a month of almost across-the-board losses.
The Postal Service, like nearly every federal entity, has strict legal limits on how much executives can get paid. There are a few exceptions though.
In today's Federal Newscast, the IRS just might have someone to answer your call next tax season.