A group of labor, management and union groups sent a letter to President Obama on Friday urging him not to target federal employees’ salaries or benefits in the deficit cutting proposal that he is scheduled to unveil on Monday.
Nine Samuel J. Heyman Service to America medals were given out to outstanding public servants at the annual ceremony in Washington, D.C. on September 15.
DHS announced earlier this week that revised security procedures will, in some cases, allow children 12 and under to avoid pat-downs and removing their shoes at security checkpoints. But the TSA said in a recent blog post that children could still be subjected to these things at the discretion of individual TSA officers based on a child’s appearance.
The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association has compiled a list of gains/losses of federal jobs by state since 1990. In general, the figures show that the overall number of jobs in each state has declined.
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) plans to introduce legislation designed to save the Social Security retirement and disability trust funds from insolvency.
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A small group of Congressmen are making pledges to forego some of their own pay and benefits to apply to the reduction of the national debt.
According to a new report from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), Baby Boomer and Generation X households that have a defined benefit pension plan accrual at retirement age are nearly 12% less likely to run short of money for basic needs and healthcare costs.
The Partnership for Public Service, in conjunction with Booz Allen Hamilton, interviewed leaders who were part of the creation of Department of Homeland Security and Office of the Director or National Intelligence. The research indicated that many people involved felt there were initially mission overlaps and policy shortfalls.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) announced Thursday that he intends to introduce legislation when Congress reconvenes to “strengthen and preserve Social Security.”