Massive intelligence reform was passed by Congress Wednesday that creates a new intelligence director and a counterterrorism center.
Interest in working for the federal government has soared among students under the new Presidential Management Fellows Program after experiencing a 21 percent increase in nominations of student applicants.
Problems in the U.S. economy may lead to higher interest rates for government securities.
The Senate voted to eliminate the open seasons in the Thrift Savings Plans so that federal employees could have more flexibility in making contribution changes.
Federal Pay Raise Issues May Be Political, But They Are Not Partisan
The 3.5 percent raise will almost certainly be approved.
Will there be a 3rd Bush term?
Federal employees are enjoying more choices, more options and more control regarding their Health Savings Accounts after the Office of Personnel Management announced the posting of a new HSA worksheet to its HSA website.
Federal Agencies are becoming more fiscally responsible to taxpayers, according to the Office of Management and Budget.
Federal employees may get a 2.5% pay increase in 2005 unless Congress intervenes