Pay Gap Shrinks a Little; New Localities Still on Track

New figures from the Federal Salary Council show that the federal-private sector pay gap has narrowed a bit, to 30.91 …More

Enforce Parts of Orders Not Blocked, OPM Tells Agencies

OPM has emphasized to agencies that a court ruling blocked only parts of three intertwined executive orders on union and …More

Memo Serves as Reminder of What’s at Stake in Court Case

VA Bars Medical Personnel from Using Official Time

Change in Control of House Could Have Big Impact for Federal Employees

Bid Planned to Reverse Retirement Contributions Boost

Room for Cooperation on Some Issues Seen

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Agency Errors Causing Tax Problems for Many Federal Retirees, Says Audit

Some benefits statements on federal retirees that federal agencies submit to the IRS contain missing or inaccurate Social Security numbers …More

Improving Prospects for Getting a Disability Retirement Application Approved
Matching Insurance Products to Your Investment Style
Retiree FEHB Premium Reminder
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

Lawsuit on VA Official Time to Test Management’s Authority

Three federal unions have filed a lawsuit against the VA’s decision to stop allowing medical personnel to use official time, …More

Secret Service Experiencing IT Workforce Challenges, GAO Says
Labor Dept. Program Cited as Model on Improper Payments
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TSP Investment Report

Storms Brewing in TSP I Fund Markets

The I Fund, which includes over 900 foreign companies and currently follows the MSCI Europe, Australasia, Far-East (EAFE) index, is …More

After Recent Rally, The C Fund is Positive Again Year-to-Date

Armed Forces News

Retirees To Get 2.8-Percent Raise

Most military retirees and eligible beneficiaries will receive a 2.8-percent cost of living adjustment (COLA) on Jan. 1. This would …More

Lawmaker Wants Housing Hazards Fixed
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