Are you fearful of a pay for performance system in your agency? Here are some of the arguments in favor of such a system offered by the Merit Systems Protection Board.
TSP Open Season begins Friday, April 15.
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The Department of Defense just announced that beginning in April a new premium-based, health care plan will be available to eligible National Guard and Reserve members activated for contingency operations on or after Sept. 11, 2001.
Ex-federal workers that separated from federal service on or before Dec. 31, 2004 must begin withdrawing their TSP account before April 1, 2005.
TSP stock funds went down in January. Will this trend hold for the rest of the year?
What will make pay for performance work in federal agencies? The MSPB outlines factors this agency believes are critical for success.
All TSP funds provided a solid rate of return in 2004.
There are two holidays coming up in one pay period. That will create numerous questions on how to handle pay for some federal employees. Here’s what OPM has to say about it.
Federal employees may get a 2.5% pay increase in 2005 unless Congress intervenes