Agencies Updating Plans for Employee Furloughs in Shutdown

With just over a week to go before another budgetary deadline threatening a partial government shutdown, a number of agencies …More

Continued Silence Keeps 1.9 Percent Raise on the Table

Congress is fast approaching the end of its working year having taken no position on a federal employee raise for …More

Retiree COLA Unaffected by Raise Prospects

Reminder on Late-Year Leave Considerations

Defense Spending Bill Signed, $40K Buyout Authority Extended for DoD

OPM, MSPB Openings May Not Be Filled Anytime Soon

Court Limits Whistleblower Protections

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Social Security Reflects Trend toward Delayed Retirement

More workers are putting off claiming Social Security benefits but the reason has little to do with the increase in …More

Don’t Count on FEHB to Cover Long-Term Care Costs
Finding the Right Place for Your IRA
Lower-Income Workers Fare Better as Feds
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

Interior May Lead Way in Spreading Out Jobs

A long-running idea to shift more federal jobs from the national capital area to other parts of the country is …More

GAO Complains of Lack of Cooperation by Treasury Office
Private Sector Role Distracts OPM, Chairmen Say
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TSP Investment Report

TSP Contributions: Are You On Track for Retirement?

One of the most common and difficult steps of planning for retirement is determining whether you’re on track or not. …More

End-of-Year TSP Dates; December 15 Deadline to Change Monthly Amount

Armed Forces News

Pentagon Undergoes Audit

Spurred by concerns about public trust, Defense Department leaders are calling for a top-to-bottom audit. “It is important that the …More

Tanker Takes First Flight
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