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  • OPM grants authority to hire more IT workers

    Federal agencies have been granted a new authority to boost hiring of IT professionals and other technical staff as part of an effort to modernize and transform government technology.

  • Investor Some Employees Should Consider Health Savings Accounts

    In the second of four columns discussing choices related to the current benefits “open season”, this week’s column discusses health savings accounts (HSAs). The column presents what an HSA is and how an HSA can be used to pay in a tax-beneficial way an employee’s or an annuitant’s out-of-pocket qualifying medical expenses including long term care insurance premiums.

  • State Department acknowledges low morale

    The State Department acknowledges that it needs to improve its communication during its redesign process and understands that morale is low at the agency.

  • Trump wants agencies to pay for disaster relief

    The White House wants to take $11 billion in funds already appropriated by Congress to go toward federal agencies to use to help offset the costs of emergency disaster relief.

  • Tax proposal takes aim at catch-up TSP contributions

    Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) is planning to introduce a series of amendments to the tax reform legislation that would restrict federal employees from making extra contributions to their Thrift Savings Plan accounts from pretax earnings.

  • USPS in the red for 11th consecutive year

    The U.S. Postal Service this week reported a financial loss for the 11th straight year, citing declining mail volume and costs of its pension and health care obligations as the primary cause.

  • Lawmakers introduce ‘Me Too’ bill

    A bipartisan group of lawmakers has unveiled legislation that will address sexual harassment in Congress, which will in effect overhaul the system for filing and settling harassment claims from congressional employees.

  • Administration still faces hundreds of vacancies

    Although President Trump has picked up the pace in nominations for key positions in his administration, on his 300-day mark, many top posts remained unfilled.

  • During Benefits “Open Season” All Employees Should Consider Contributing to a Health Care FSA

    Today is the start of the benefits “open season” in which employees have to decide about their health, dental, and vision insurance for 2018 and whether to enroll in the flexible spending accounts. In the first of four columns discussing issues related to the benefits “open season”, this week’s column discusses health care flexible spending accounts (HCFSA) and how they work.

  • FBI aims to recruit young STEM applicants

    The FBI is looking to hire top science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduates to better help the agency fight cybercrime.

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