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

Lower-Income Workers Fare Better as Feds

One way the federal government’s retirement program is superior is that it provides more financial security to lower-income workers – …More

Time to Check Beneficiary Designations
Preparing Your Money for Your Retirement
Providing Care for Family Comes at a Cost, Report Says
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

DoD-Wide Financial Statement Audit Begins

The Pentagon has announced that a department-wide financial audit is beginning, saying that “with more than $2.4 trillion in assets, …More

Leadership, Staffing Problems in VA Program Cited
House Seeks Stronger DHS Emphasis on Cybersecurity
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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

Retired Flag Officers Call for Action on Guns

Sixteen retired flag-rank officers have written a letter to Congress, calling for lawmakers to enact legislation that would tighten the …More

TRICARE Online Enrollments Temporarily Frozen
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