The council also revealed an annual study from the Office of Personnel and Management and Bureau of Labor Statistics, which measures the pay gap between federal employees and private sector workers.
The Pentagon is working to stave off a public relations nightmare, suspending efforts to force California National Guard troops who served in Iraq and Afghanistan to repay their enlistment bonuses
Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal says agencies handle overpayments in different ways, but the basic processes are similar.
Why are so many long-time feds and retirees longing for the good old days? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it was a time of double-digit cost-of-living adjustments.
If you’re expecting to lay on a big spread celebrating the January cost-of-living adjustment, forget about it, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey. It won’t be enough to feed a crowd.
The Office of Personnel Management issued new guidance last month about human resource matters for SESers and outgoing political appointees. GAO plans to develop an app to focus on top federal management priorities for the next administration and members of Congress.
Federal health insurance premiums are going up next year, but do you know how much? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the averages being quoted can be misleading.
Is there a conspiracy to hold down the January inflation adjustment for federal and Social Security retirees? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains what some believe is going on.
Bonuses for military pilots have not risen since 1999 and it may be hurting retention rates, since commercial airlines offer higher pay.
The American Federation of Government Employees, the largest federal employee union, has pushed for reversing per diem travel cuts for defense civilian employees in the final version of the bill.
House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee Chairman Joe Heck wants a higher pay raise for military employees.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey’s got three great federal pay jokes, but he can only tell one of them.
A Commerce Department Inspector General report revealed that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office paid $18.3 million over a 15-month period to employees who may have falsely reported their time and attendance.
President Barack Obama authorized a pay raise for civilian and military employees starting Jan. 1, 2017.
What agency has the most employees? Which feds get paid the most? Federal News Radio looks at the latest data from the Office of Personnel Management.