Recently introduced legislation would ban federal employees from flying first or business class on official travel.
When you plan your next vacation, there are ways you can find the ideal trip or get a bargain, but remember also that sometimes you get what you pay for.
If you are considering relocating after retiring from the federal government, these are some states that offer attractive options for retired federal employees.
Federal employees who use their personal vehicles for work will be pleased to see that mileage reimbursement rates are higher in 2019.
Thinking of a cruise for your next vacation? Learning how one federal employee family spent their recent vacation may provide some inspiration and ideas.
More people are bringing untrained pets into public for “emotional support,” but it’s leading to problems and more calls for regulation.
The latter part of the year is often a popular time to plan a vacation. Here are some tips on how to get discounts on your next cruise.
Federal employees who travel for work will see a small increase in their per diem rates for the 2019 fiscal year.
Recently introduced legislation would ban agency heads from flying first class on official travel and require more stringent reports on their travels.
These are some discounts offered by different airlines to federal employees and members of the military.