It’s an election year. Here are several proposals that have been made that would impact the civil service structure and the benefits of some current federal employees.
Should smokers who participate in the federal employee health plan pay more for health insurance than non-smokers?
Young versus old and increasing cost for better medical care for Americans provides the basis for proposed changes to the federal employee health benefits program. It’s expensive and there are likely to be winners and losers with the final outcome.
How much is a federal employee worth? The latest negotiations between the FAA and the controller’s union are vitriolic and some of the issues boil down to money.
President Bush signed an Executive Order late yesterday approving the 2006 pay raise for federal employees.
American jobs are often going where labor is cheaper and the investment climate provides a better chance for profitability. Is your TSP fund investment missing a good opportunity?
The reimbursement rates for use of privately owned vehicles while on government business are going down in January.
Personal information about most federal employees is available for a fee on the internet. OPM has recently withheld information on a number of federal employees. A new lawsuit may determine whether your information will continue to be up for sale.
President Bush has signed the appropriations bill for several agencies that contains the 2006 pay raise for federal employees.
The 3.1% pay raise for federal employees is now virtually assured based on Congressional action late last week.