Changing the Social Security system has ignited a political debate likely to dominate the airwaves in coming months. Take the FedSmith.com survey on the issue and send in your comments.
GAO will release it’s high-risk report Tuesday, Jan. 25.
There are several possible scenarios that can destroy your retirement plans. Here are some of the common problems and possible solutions to them.
The Office of Personnel Management will issue its third annual federal agency emergency preparedness survey in February.
The FAA and AFSCME started bargaining a contract five years ago. A new court decision says that the agency’s contention that OMB has to approve the final agreement is valid because of a clear and unmistakable waiver by the union.
GSA: We Are Ready To Serve Under National Response Plan
OPM issued guidance to heads of federal agencies and departments urging them to encourage their employees to telework or take annual leave to alleviate congestion for Inauguration Day.
Will the MSPB consider an agency’s penalty imposed against an employee? Here is an example.
Office of Personnel Director Kay Coles James resigned Monday, submitting her letter of resignation to President George Bush effective Jan. 31, 2005.
“Lifecycle funds” are coming to the TSP. Especially for those readers who don’t like to make investment decisions, this may be one of the least stressful decisions you will have to make.