No Decisions Yet on Raise, Day Off; Shutdown Threat Increases

With time running out on this Congress, decisions still haven’t been made as of today (Wednesday) on a 2019 federal …More

Some Stability, Some Change in ‘Best Places to Work’ Rankings

Several agencies that traditionally have been highly ranked in the annual Best Places to Work in the Federal Government report …More

‘Best Places’ Rankings Show Slippage at Many Agencies

Administration Defends Executive Orders on Bargaining, Discipline

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Identity Protection Services to Be Uninterrupted, OPM Says

TSP Eases Hardship Withdrawals Related to Hurricanes

OGE Issues Guidance on Attending Events of Former Employers

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Study Finds Stressors in Retirement Planning

While retirement preparation is a common source of stress, some personal characteristics are associated with especially high levels of it, …More

Why FEHB Premiums will Cost You More in Retirement
A Revocable Trust Adds Flexibility
OPM Asked to Reverse Divorce Settlements Policy Change
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

FITARA Scorecard Shows Overall Improvement

The latest scorecard on implementation of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act shows overall improvement, with 11 of the …More

Much of IT Spending is Noncompetitive, GAO Finds
SSA, IRS Still Struggling with Impersonators
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TSP Investment Report

This Recession Indicator Just Flashed A Warning

Stocks have continued their wild ride into December, as uncertainties abound about the likelihood and details regarding a potential U.S. …More

TSP Loans and Hardship Withdrawals

Armed Forces News

Study: Military, Civilian Pay Favorably Comparable

Enlisted service members are in the 84thpercentile of pay comparable to their civilian counterparts with similar education and ages, according …More

Schultz Outlines Need for More Cutters
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