Federal employees increasingly perceive less agency wrongdoing but that doesn’t necessarily mean the threat of retaliation for reporting such misconduct has similarly decreased, according to a new Merit System Protection Board report.
Host Mike Causey will talk about the big issues facing federal employees with NARFE’s David Snell and Federal Times staff writer Stephen Losey. November 9, 2011
Once you take the oath of office to Uncle Sam there are only three ways out … and if you take the smart one, you could be in for some big surprises, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says.
Despite some management concerns, the Merit Systems Protection Board says there are many benefits to telework as long as the process is managed effectively.
Paul Forte and Beth O’Brien of Long Term Care Partners and federal retirement benefits expert James Marshall join host Bill Bransford on today’s show.
David Snell, the director of retirement benefits at the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris to discuss how the COLA bump affects feds differently.
Robyn Kehoe, director of field operations for the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund and Young Government Leaders president Dave Uejio, join Bill Bransford on today’s show. October 21, 2011
Julie Eirinberg, the associate general counsel at Office of Government Ethics, told the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris to discuss new proposed rules for accepting gifts.
After the Office of Special Counsel intervened on their behalf, two federal whistleblowers won a 45-day stay on personnel actions taken against them.
Host Mike Causey is joined by Federal Times editor Steve Watkins, and NARFE retired benefits director David Snell. October 12, 2011
David Snell is the retirement benefits expert with NARFE.
The Office of the Special Counsel wants to see the law governing the political activity of federal employees updated. Carolyn Lerner, head of the OSC, told Federal News Radio the law is outdated and has led to unintended consequences. The act was created in 1939 when “typewriters were about the most advanced means of communication,” Lerner said.
The Office of Special Counsel is seeking to halt adverse personnel actions against two federal whistleblowers. Both employees were placed on unpaid administrative leave after they blew the whistle at their agencies.
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Chairman and CEO Craig Floyd will talk about events celebrating the organization’s 20th anniversary. October 7,2011