FEDWeek

Congress Finalizes Defense Bill Leaving Buyout Amount Unchanged

Ahead of what could be a busy, if brief, autumn working session, on issues of importance to federal employees and …More

Prospects for Raise Improve but Don’t Make Plans to Spend It Yet

One key annual bill that has neared the finish line in Congress is the general government appropriations bill, which both …More

Very Little Movement on Changes to Retirement Benefits

Time Growing Short to Reform the Reform Act This Year

Court Yet to Rule on Request to Delay Executive Orders

DoD Restricts Use of Trackable Devices, both Official and Personal

OPM Reminds Agencies of Obligations to Breastfeeding Employees

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Education Leads to Longer Career but Health Biggest Factor

Having a higher level of education is helpful in achieving a goal of extending a working career but is no …More

Getting Federal Retirement Credit for Military Service
Getting Tax Benefits from Variable Annuities
Retirees at All Wealth Levels Are Protective of Assets
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

Arbitrator Backs Unions on Employee Time Off for Campaigns

An arbitrator has sided with three major postal unions in a dispute over employees taking leave without pay for politically …More

SSA Too Generous with Waivers, Report Says
New OGE Director Emphasizes Public Trust
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TSP Investment Report

The Largest Company In the TSP Is Now Worth $1 Trillion

Earlier this month, Apple became the first U.S. company in history to surpass $1 trillion in market capitalization: The market …More

Midpoint for BRS Opt-In Period

Armed Forces News

2.6-Percent Pay Raise Set for ’19

Congress approved a 2.6-percent raise in basic pay for service members, which would take effect Jan. 1, as part of …More

Coming Soon: Pizza MRE
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