Should feds be recognized with a modest pay raise? Or, despite performing unseen round-the-clock vital services, should they bite the bullet like so many unemployed Americans?
Crazy question for the career federal workforce in this crazy year. Please consider it carefully. And the question is this: can you afford a pay raise this year?
Senate Republicans included a federal pay freeze for civilian employees in their 2021 appropriations bills. So where do things stand now?
Senate Republicans released the drafts of 12 appropriations bills Tuesday morning. One of the bills includes a federal pay freeze for civilian employees, senior executives and political appointees in 2021.
Federal News Network reviewed the track records and campaign policies for President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Here's where they stand on the issues important to federal employees, including pay, benefits and government oversight.
You may be working harder, but at least you're probably spending less.
Every year thousands of federal workers turn down an extra 1%-4% or more contribution from the government to their TSP account because they can't afford it.
Normally this time of year, the issue of a federal pay raise in the following January is sort of a big deal.
A 1% federal pay raise for civilian employees looks more likely with every passing day. But when it comes to next year's paycheck, the president's planned payroll tax deferral throws a wrench into things.
The prospects of a 1% federal pay raise for civilian employees next year seems more likely.
In today's Federal Newscast, Defense Secretary Mark Esper bans photographs from being used in the process to promote officers and enlisted service members.
A bipartisan group of House members say civilian employees should earn a 3% federal pay raise next year, a figure that matches what military members are on track to receive in 2021.
In today's Federal Newscast, the EPA has teamed up with the New York and Los Angeles mass transit systems to learn more about how to disinfect them.
The latest budget proposal from the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government made no mention of a federal pay raise in 2021. In their silence, House appropriators are essentially deferring to the president's proposed 1% pay raise for federal employees next year.