Are you good at doing nothing and hate shopping? If so, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says he can almost guarantee you’ll lose up to $2,000 next year if you work for Uncle Sam.
Open Season for the Federal Employee Health Benefit Program kicks off Nov. 14 and runs through Dec. 12. Participants have about month to make changes to their health plans. But experts say only 6 percent of federal employees and retirees typically choose to make a change.
If your candidate won, congratulations. If your candidate lost, sorry about that. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says D-day’s over and it’s time to ask what’s for lunch.
Unless you are getting younger and healthier every year, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says September is a magic month for members of the federal family.
Federal News Radio reporter Nicole Ogrysko joins host Mike Causey to discuss the Federal Employee Group Life Insurance program open season and Shane Canfield will discuss the Worldwide Assurance for Employees of Public Agencies program. September 7, 2016
For the first time in 12 years, the Office of Personnel Management will hold an open season for eligible employees to sign up or choose from several types of coverage options under the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance Program. The open season will run from Sept. 1 through Sept. 30.
If you work for the federal government, are retired from government or are married to a fed, then Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it’s time to hit your reset button.
Federal News Radio’s Jason Miller, Meredith Somers, and Mike O’Connell join host Mike Causey to discuss the Pathways Program, the upcoming health and life insurance open seasons, and the nearly useless factoid that appears in Mike’s daily column. August 31, 2016
Open Season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program is fast approaching, but starting Sept. 1, for the first time in 10 years federal employees can enroll or increase their life insurance without a health exam, through the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance Program.
A few thousand Washington-area federal workers could be in for a surprise $100-a-week pay raise, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.