There's a New Math on what we might expect for retired feds and their COLAs.
A major federal employee union is urging members and others to give to charity this summer—and specifically to a tried and true stalwart that focuses only on the needs of feds.
Six months into the current administration, to many there’s just one key question about our government many are asking—political scientists, public administrators and the public: all want to know: Are we beginning to see a return to “normal” in government, in agencies and the civil service—and perhaps even in our politics? “
If there’s one bright spot to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that the global health crisis turbocharged the adoption of high-tech tools by government agencies.
Federal retirees will have new choices for investing their retirement savings, those that support sustainable enterprises. But the option will not be available until next year.
For many employees at the storied Government Publishing Office, the scurry to telework that came with COVID has just been made permanent.
The $700-plus billion Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) employee retirement funds will offer new investment choices governed by Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles.
The American Society for Public Administration will host an e-learning event July 22 that just might help you get a deserved promotion, or your dream job.
The person chosen for the top slot in acquisition at the Pentagon has voluntarily dropped out of contention.
Republican lawmakers have condemned Dilawar Syed, the president's nominee to serve as deputy administrator for the Small Business Administration, over his involvement with a Muslim advocacy group that has been critical of Israel.
Do you push for change, or just more creative problem-solving, at your agency? Consider joining the new Federal Innovators Network.
A survey of feds finds 62 percent say that with telework, productivity increased "a lot," adding weight to other studies indicating similar gains.
The Pentagon is one step closer to returning to normal, as it moved in recent days to allow up to 90% of personnel in the office.
Over 67 percent of the country is partially vaccinated, but as the velocity of vaccination slows yet another federal employee health insurer, GEHA, is offering an incentive to get it done.
After months and months of masks and uncertainty, things are improving but certain new trends are showing staying power. Mike Causey hopes that feds are too.
MSPB may be back in business soon. A bill to get it going again has advanced in Congress.
As cyberattacks become more sophisticated, it’s easy to assume the security team will take care of risk management and mitigation. But security is everyone’s responsibility.
The Federal Fairness Retirement Act, currently pending in Congress, would let feds whose careers started in temporary or seasonal positions to retroactively contribute to retirement, crediting their intermittent and part-time stints of employment.
Thrift Savings Share Prices as of July 9, 2021