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  • CBP hiring officers

    Customs and Border Protection wants to hire CBP officers at nine locations in four states.

  • Lifecycle Funds become TSP default investment

    All new enrollees in the Thrift Savings Plan who have not chosen an allocation will be automatically enrolled in an age-appropriate Lifecycle Fund.

  • Fed pleads guilty to theft of benefits

    A Texas Border Patrol supervisor pleaded guilty to stealing his deceased grandmother’s Social Security benefits, the Justice Department said Aug, 25.

  • Thrift Savings Plan Share Prices

    Share prices as of Aug. 26, 2015.

  • IG says VA employees used unauthorized website

    The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General has criticized thousands of VA employees for their use of an unauthorized social media forum that potentially compromised security.

  • GAO says VA medical errors up, but not investigations

    A Government Accountability Office report released last week showed that the number of investigations of medical errors at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals over a four-year period dropped even as medical errors increased.

  • Informed Investor: Social Security celebrates 80th birthday: Part II

    Social Security recently celebrated its 80th birthday. Most employees are covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) in which Social Security is one of the three pension components. This second of two columns reviewing Social Security benefits presents answers to 10 of the most frequently asked questions about Social Security family and survivor benefits.

  • Federal Benefits Q&A

    Question: “I see they are having open season for life insurance. I will choose an amount five times my salary. Can I reduce the five times salary to say three times salary at any time? Or am I locked in for the five times until I cancel it entirely?”

  • DOJ announces background investigations settlement

    A firm that formerly conducted federal background investigations has reached a settlement over charges that it had purposely neglected important aspects of its work in order to boost profits, the Justice Department said.

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