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? “
There's a New Math on what we might expect for retired feds and their COLAs.
A new survey adds to the growing weight of reports showing telework works for feds, with 80% of respondents saying remote work is helping them complete tasks more efficiently.
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.
The American Society for Public Administration is hosting an e-learning event this month on “Crafting a Compelling Resume,” to help you get beyond concerns about yours.