Archive for May, 2012
The MSPB is proposing to change its regulations in “radical” ways (their words). Among these are pushing a rule that requires an Agency to deliver the employees of another Agency as witnesses in a hearing. Agency Counsel and representatives should pay attention.
Recent reports are suggesting that the data breach of the TSP that left the personal information of approximately 123,000 federal employees exposed may go deeper than it would seem on the surface.
A recent Congressional Budget Office study showed that, generally speaking, federal employees were better compensated relative to their private sector counterparts. But what do federal employees themselves think about their pay, and how does their pay affect their job satisfaction?
OPM has begun gathering agencies’ existing policies on workplace violence as part of implementing President Obama’s April 18 memorandum to prevent and combat violence in the federal workplace.
A number of our users asked how they can find out if their personal information was compromised in the computer data breach announced by the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board on Friday. Here are some answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the situation.
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (FRTIB) announced today that a computer containing personal information of roughly 123,000 TSP participants suffered a sophisticated cyber attack that resulted in the unauthorized access of personal information.