House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) said that federal employees “deserve” to be fired if they participate in a planned walkout to protest President Biden’s handling of Israel’s war against Hamas.
Congressional leaders have reached a deal for a short-term federal funding extension for some agencies and departments through March 1, while the remainder would be funded through March 8.
The White House on Friday notified several agencies to prepare for a possible government shutdown with House Republicans divided in Congress over a spending deal.
The TSP has released some important notices for tax planning purposes.
House and Senate negotiators reached an agreement on a government funding topline Sunday, taking a critical step toward avoiding a shutdown later this month.
Retirement data from OPM offer a glimpse into how many federal employees have retired in recent years.
A historic pay raise and the end of the vaccine mandate are among the top stories for federal employees in 2023.
The IRS has increased the vehicle mileage rate for 2024 by 1.5 cents over the 2023 figure.