The author says that recently introduced legislation to make federal employees at-will employees would destroy the civil service.
Recently introduced legislation would make it easier to fire federal employees for performance reasons by making them at-will employees.
Schedule F was introduced in 2020 and is still making headlines. Here is a quick summary of why it is important.
A group of House lawmakers want all federal facilities to be “strongly encouraged” by the White House to start serving vegetarian food options.
Legislation has been reintroduced to permanently expand telework in the federal government.
Recently introduced legislation would prohibit the TSP from investing in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investments.
Companion legislation has been introduced in the Senate to give federal retirees under both FERS and CSRS the same annual COLA amounts.
The author discusses a proposed change to TSP contributions under “SECURE Act 2.0” and a strategy he advises impacted federal employees to consider.
Recently introduced legislation would put the brakes on the Biden administration’s effort to permanently expand telework for federal employees.
A bill dubbed “SECURE Act 2.0” is moving through Congress. How would it impact the finances of federal employees?