FEDWeek

Senate DoD Bill Revives Performance Issues

The Senate Armed Services Committee has approved a DoD authorization bill for 2016 seeking changes in policies affecting the department’s civilian employees that in some ways mirrors a …More

Senate Bill Could Affect Employment Levels

Both measures would deny another round of base closings and realignments, which have caused the loss or transfer of many thousands of civilian jobs in the past. And …More

Border Patrol, Several VA-Related Bills Advance (Published: )

Caution Flag Raised on Revoking Awards (Published: )

Dog Attacks on Carriers No Laughing Matter (Published: )

TSP Planning on Investment, Withdrawal Policy Changes (Published: )

High Interest in Self Plus One Expected (Published: )

Eligibility Rules, Rates to Be Key Points of Emphasis (Published: )

OPM Addresses Self Plus One Issues (Published: )

FEHB Bill Offered; TSP, Clearance Bills Advance (Published: )

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Federal Manager's Daily Report

White House Opposes House DoD Bill Provisions

The Obama administration has objected to several provisions in the House-passed DoD authorization bill for fiscal 2016 (HR-1735), including language that once again would reject the Pentagon’s call …More

New Controls on Administrative Leave Sought for DHS (Published: )
GAO Sees Progress on Records Policy (Published: )
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FEDweek IT

Agencies Face Barriers to Using Shared IT Services

Many agree agencies could benefit from using shared services for certain HR, IT and other needs but despite strong OMB support for wider adoption implementation has been limited, …More

DISA Shutting Down Defense Connect Online (Published: )
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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Retirement, Health Care Score High with Workers

Retirement and health insurance rank tops among reasons employees stay with their employers, a probably not surprising finding that once again underscores the value of those programs to …More

Important Decisions to Make at Age 65 (Published: )
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Armed Forces News

Moving Company Fined

A San Diego-based moving company agreed May 18 to pay $170,000 to Navy service members as compensation for illegally auctioning off their property. According to a Justice Department …More

WWI Vets To Receive Medal of Honor (Published: )
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