Panel Backs Faster Discipline, Weaker Appeal Rights for Federal Employees

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has passed bills to tighten the deadlines in the federal workplace disciplinary notice …More

Split Remains on Special VA Disciplinary Policies

A year after enactment of a law revamping disciplinary policies at the VA there was consensus at a House hearing …More

GAO Urges Focus on Employees in Reorganization as Senate Starts Review of Plan

House Set to Vote on Spending Bill Providing No 2019 Raise

Pushback Builds on Executive Orders as Agencies Implement Them

COLA Count Hits Three-Quarter Mark

New Law Will Aid Whistleblowers, Says OSC; Hearing Set on MSPB Nominees

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Report Underscores Importance of Health Benefits

Health insurance benefits are such a high priority to workers that nearly half of them say they are very or …More

The Fine Points of Crediting Unused Sick Leave toward Retirement
Word Choices Count in Insurance Matters
Focus on Fixed Expenses in Retirement, Says Report
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

IG Council Calls for Tighter Controls over Purchase Cards

A review by the IG offices of 20 agencies of purchase card transactions identified as high risk of being improper …More

OGE Proposes Changes to Financial Disclosure Forms
OMB Defines Role of Senior Real Property Officers
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TSP Investment Report

C Fund Close to Recovering all 2018 Losses

After almost sixth months of choppy growth, the S&P 500 and the C Fund that tracks it has almost fully …More

Understanding TSP Rollovers

Armed Forces News

Tuition Assistance Money To Come Quicker

Army National Guard members soon will have immediate access to their tuition assistance funds. The National Guard Bureau announced July …More

Marines Want To Arm Osprey
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