Stock funds are down in April but still up substantially for the past year. The bond funds did well in April.
Federal labor unions suffered another setback in a bid to restore collective bargaining rights to employees in the Department of Homeland Security after lawmakers rejected an amendment Thursday.
The Office of Personnel Management’s e-Payroll initiative now provides payroll services for 80 percent of Executive Branch federal employees.
Are Nation’s Chemical Facilities More Vulnerable to Terrorist Attacks?
Congressional committee hearings in April have made it abundantly clear that the potentially revolutionary changes contemplated for the Defense Department’s new human resources system will have to withstand substantive bilateral discussions with union representatives and final Congressional review.
What role should performance bonus pay have in the total compentation of federal employees?
Two U.S. senators, Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.), have asked the head of the TSA to end the ‘wasteful spending’ at the Transportations Security Operations Center after a recent inspector general report identified breakdowns in management controls that led to financial waste and abuse.
OPM plans to conduct retirement survey.
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.
The stock market has been volatile in April and TSP stock funds are down in recent weeks.