The TSP is proposing substantial changes to withdrawal restrictions of your money. Here is a quick summary of these changes.
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, the group that oversees the Thrift Savings Plan, has given the green light to begin the process of adding mutual funds as an investment option to the TSP.
U.S. health spending is expected to grow faster over the next decade than in recent years, reflecting a stronger economy, an aging population and higher levels of insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act, a new federal report says.
A report from the Congressional Research Service says “criminal charges appear to be unlikely in the case of the OPM breach.”
Employee surveys show that, across government, senior executives have vastly different perceptions than those lower down the ranks have regarding critical workplace issues–including the fairness of promotions, the recognition and awards given for good job performance, and the way poor performers are handled.
The Obama administration will not pardon former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden for leaking classified information, the White House announced on Tuesday.
The new administrator of the beleaguered Transportation Security Administration said the agency would make several changes to security and screening procedures as part of an overhaul to address glaring lapses over the past few months.
The government has come as close as it can to blaming China for the OPM data breaches without actually blaming China. Should it place formal blame?
The recent data breaches have put the Office of Personnel Management into a deep hole. The author looks at some deliberate steps he says OPM must take to begin resolving its current predicament and eventually emerge as a better and more effective agency.
Veterans who suffered sexual assault or other sexual abuse while in uniform would get help more easily from the Department of Veterans Affairs under a bill approved Monday by the House.