One Congresswoman sought answers about problems related to the new TSP website and what was being done to fix them. This is the response she received.
Legislation has been reintroduced to permanently expand telework in the federal government.
Federal employees cannot sue the USA for the profits they allegedly lost when a 34-day government shutdown forced agencies to temporarily suspend employer contributions to their retirement savings accounts, an appellate court held Monday.
The TSP has posted a list of known issues in response to the problems some participants have encountered with the new website changes.
The IRS has increased the 2022 mileage rate for official travel for the remainder of the year to offset soaring gas prices.
The Postal Service (USPS) has released its annual list of cities where postal employees suffered the most dog attacks.
An employee of the Postal Service claims her employer fought to cover for a discriminatory co-worker who allegedly pulled a knife on her at work after she reported his behavior. She is now suing the agency.
Recently introduced legislation would prohibit the TSP from investing in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investments.
The majority of FedSmith readers who responded to our latest survey said they do not plan to use the new TSP mutual fund window.