The 2022 FEVS results indicate that federal employees are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with their pay.
Two former VA employees pleaded guilty to a $2.9 million purchase scheme they conducted using fictitious companies and purchase orders.
Federal air marshals are reportedly staging a “mutiny” on the Biden administration as they plan to refuse mandatory deployment orders to the southern border and, therefore, face possible termination.
Sam Brinton, the Energy Department’s deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition, has been placed on leave while facing criminal charges of stealing luggage from a Minnesota airport in September.
A group of House Republicans want answers from OPM about extensive delays with processing retirement applications for CBP employees.
FEHB Open Season for the 2023 plan year is underway. Here are some important resources to help federal employees and retirees.
The financial impact of the Postal Service Reform Act skewed the 2022 USPS financial results. Inflation also continues to weigh heavily on the agency.
The annual COLA and pay raise are complex and often cause confusion. This is what they are and how they are different.
The OPM retirement backlog was reduced by over 1,400 total claims in October.