For the second year in a row more than a million feds aren’t sure if they’ll be forced to come to work or be locked with or without pay over the holidays.
For at least one side of the story, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to Tully Rinckey attorney Larry Youngner.
The money you save, without losing any benefits or coverage, could be enough to buy you a new car next year — half a car, anyhow.
The inspector general at the Office of Personnel Management said the uncertainty surrounding the agency’s proposed merger with the General Services Administration is continued concern headed in 2020.
The Office of Personnel Management has called the Department of Health and Human Services a model agency in promoting and acting on the results of the annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey. Here’s how HHS rose the ranks from a middling agency on the FEVS to a leader of the pack among organizations of its size.
In today’s Federal Newscast, skills gaps across the federal workforce played a role in nearly half of government’s high-risk areas.
Officials considering federal telework program changes first might want to check the press clippings about the Social Security Administration’s decision, or read results of a survey of Education Department workers.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new audit by the inspector general found the Office of Personnel Management’s financial management systems lack some basic cybersecurity protections.
You can’t be covered by any of the FEHBP plans unless you were enrolled in one — as in paying premiums — for the five years prior to retirement.
Health premiums can be hefty. Yet with all the choices in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program there is no reason someone should pay more than necessary.
The Education Department changed its telework policy last year, requiring most employees to show up to the office at least four days a week, which the agency justified as an effort to “enhance collaboration.”
Leslie Weinstein, an Army Reserve officer and DoD policy consultant, explains why cyber excepted service can help the DoD attract and retain the best employees.
As several states and local governments have raised their minimum wages well past the federal rate of $7.25 in recent years, the Office of Personnel Management said it’s received many questions how these changes might impact federal employees.
Bob Tobias, of the Key Executive Leadership program at American University, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin in the studio to share his thoughts.