Hurricane Sandy caused the federal government and stock market to shut down for two days, but despite that, federal retirees shouldn’t see a disruption in their retirement income.
The United States Department of Agriculture announced that it is working in conjunction with FEMA to offer assistance to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
OPM announced late Wednesday that federal offices in the DC area will be open under a normal operating status starting Thursday, November 1.
OPM has announced that federal offices in the Washington, DC area will be open on Wednesday, October 31 and employees have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
The Thrift Savings Plan has ceased processing transactions in conjunction with the New York Stock Exchange being closed from Hurricane Sandy.
A new survey reveals that for many Americans, planning for retirement has become a “guessing game,” with 75% of respondents reporting their retirement calculations as being based on a best guess.
A new study finds that congressional staff believe they work longer hours on average than their counterparts in the private sector, and some say they feel the quality of their work is suffering as a result of their high workloads.
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced 2013 contribution limits for employees who participate in the Thrift Savings Plan.
Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) has released his annual report highlighting wasteful government spending from the past year.
AFGE president J. David Cox Sr. released a statement today on the announcement of the 1.7% COLA that will be given to federal retirees and Social Security recipients in which he said, “It could have been much worse.”