The House passed legislation this week that would allow traveling federal employees to be reimbursed for ride sharing services such as Uber or Lyft.
Federal employees who use their personal vehicles when traveling for government business will see a slight reduction in the reimbursement rates paid to them this year.
Retirement is personal, and as such there is no wrong way to enjoy it. The author provides some ideas as a starting point for ways federal employees can spend their time in retirement.
Congress has introduced several bills recently that are designed to encourage federal employees to use ride sharing services such as Uber when traveling or commuting.
Federal employees traveling for work will see a slight increase in reimbursement rates for hotel stays under the new FY 2017 per diem rates.
The General Services Administration is proposing new travel reimbursement rules for federal workers.
Many Americans are ignorant about our history. A facility in Wyoming brings to life the sacrifices and hardships from the 500,000 pioneers who crossed the country on foot, in covered wagons and on horseback to settle the West.
Federal employees are often offered incentives for relocating to take new positions. The author provides some tips for federal workers who may be facing a relocation in the near future.
The General Services Administration has released the new per diem rates for FY 2016, giving federal employees who travel for work a modest increase over last year’s rates.