Guidance on Pay Raise, New Pay Tables Still Pending

Although President Trump last Friday signed a budget measure providing for an average 1.9 percent federal employee raise retroactive to …More

Budget Measure Continues Some Workplace Policies, Imposes Others

In addition to providing for an average 1.9 percent federal pay raise retroactive to January 6, the final budget measure …More

OGE Raises Ethics Concerns Arising from Shutdown, after the Fact

OGE Cautions on Outside Employment During Shutdowns

COLA Count Rises but Still Negative

Several Retirement-Related Bills Introduced

EEOC Plans Change to Complaint Procedures

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Aging in Place May Require Renovations, Outside Help

Those approaching or in retirement generally desire to age in place rather than move into an assisted living facility, but …More

The Complications of Capturing Credit for Military Service
Common Mistakes in Life Insurance Designations
Medicare Enrollees Should Have Received Replacement Cards by Now
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

Prepare for Human Capital Reviews, Agencies Told

OPM has said it will begin annual agency human capital reviews in April, telling agencies it will be an opportunity …More

Uncertainty Still Surrounds MSPB
Guidance Issued on Governmentwide FOIA Portal
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TSP Investment Report

TSP Returns Expected to be Lower Over the Next Decade

Now that we’re almost 10 years into the second longest economic expansion in U.S. history, many analysts expect lower equity …More

The TSP 30 Years on, Still Evolving

Armed Forces News

Arlington Revises ‘Full Military Honors’ Provisions

Holders of the Medal of Honor and former prisoners of war would be entitled to burial with full military honors …More

Marines ‘Print’ a Bridge
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