FEDWeek

Budget Proposal Coming Up

President Obama’s last budget proposal is to be released next Tuesday (February 9), a document that likely once again will highlight differences with congressional Republicans over federal pay, …More

Raise Issue Could Follow Familiar Path

Employee organizations also have been urging the White House to propose a substantial pay raise, citing the pay rate freeze of 2011-2013 that was followed by raises of …More

DoD Could Seek Own Authorities (Published: )

Hill Leaders Could Repeat Benefits Proposals, Too (Published: )

TSP Tees Off 2016, Needs Mulligan (Published: )

Confirmation Hearing Set for Cobert (Published: )

More Tightening of Clearance Policies Planned (Published: )

OPM Updates Status of Cyber Breach Services (Published: )

Extended Services Still a Work in Progress (Published: )

FEHB Limited Enrollment Period Set to Start (Published: )

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Federal Manager's Daily Report

OPM Orders Reports on Employee Claims

OPM has told agencies to report on their procedures for handling claims from their employees over leave and compensation, disputes over which OPM has final say but which …More

Grants Closeout Act Signed into Law (Published: )
Agencies Missing Out on Excess DoD Property, GAO Says (Published: )
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FEDweek IT

IG: Unclear Whether Cloud Computing Saves DoD Money

DoD cannot accurately state the extent to which it benefits or saves money from its cloud computing initiative, the defense inspector general has said. It said that the …More

GSA Consolidates Salesforce Technical Development (Published: )
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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Numbers Look Bad on ‘Retirement Deficit’

Households overall face a substantial “retirement deficit” that will grow even deeper if Social Security benefit levels are reduced from their current amounts, according to the Employee Benefit …More

Getting a Head Start on Retirement Planning (Published: )
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Armed Forces News

System Test Successful

The Navy successfully tested its Common Control System (CCS), which will advance the ability to control unmanned submersible vessels considerably. The testing took place Dec. 7-11 at the …More

LCS Program Hit by Malfunctions (Published: )
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