Greg Stanford

(AP Photo/David Goldman)FILE - In this June 6, 2015, file photo, a customer, bottom, pays for goods while shopping at the Atlanta Farmers Market in Atlanta. Americans finally got a raise in 2015 after seven years of stagnating incomes, driven by big gains among the poorest households, according to information provided by the Census Bureau, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. Higher minimum wages in many states and tougher competition among businesses to fill jobs pushed up pay, while low inflation made those paychecks stretch further. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

Pay raise: Added gloom at the top?

While most federal workers are probably happy-to-overjoyed at the prospect of a hassle free, January pay raise, workers at the top of the GS-15 scale are not!

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The NDAA, buyouts and more

Greg Stanford with the Federal Managers Association will discuss the National Defense Authorization Act, proposed changes in Vets Preference rules and…

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Premiums, shutdowns, and retirement prep

Greg Stanford and Katie Maddocks of the Federal Managers Association and benefits expert Tammy Flanagan join host Mike Causey to discuss a pending pay…

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What’s ahead for Congress and what does that mean for you?

This week on “Your Turn”, Katie Maddocks and Greg Stanford of the Federal Managers Association, will bring us up to date on what Congress is doing, and what’s likely to happen soon, and during the 2016 election year. July 29, 2015

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