The American Federation of Government Employees and have endorsed congressional candidates whom they hope will advocate for federal worker pay going forward.
Reading the inspector general’s meta-report, you’d think there’s nothing the government can do right. History says otherwise.
See how your salary compare to feds doing exactly the same jobs in the same agency but in another city.
Jeff Neal, senior vice president at ICF and former chief human capital officer at DHS, examines whether federal employees soon will see governmentwide pay for performance.
Chris Howard, the vice president of federal sales for Nutanix, explains why a multi-cloud environment for the military makes more sense.
The first quarter of 2018 has not been a good one for the Thrift Savings Plan. Why? Find out when financial planner Arthur Stein joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn radio show. April 18, 2018
What does the federal Thrift Savings Plan have in common with the Washington Nationals baseball team? Short answer: Neither is performing at their 2017 pace.
With no one in charge, it looks as if the White House is only slightly concerned with instituting an effective cybersecurity strategy.
Financial planner Arthur Stein said the last 12 months of TSP returns were not all bad.
The government contracting expert stressed the importance of making sure things are done correctly when dealing with the federal market.
January 2019 prospects are not nearly so good for feds who are still on the job. White collar, nonpostal civil servants face the prospect of a pay freeze.
Not only does the federal government encourage the wider adoption of autonomous vehicles, it also has to regulate them.
Are proposals to freeze federal pay and cut retirement benefits just political talk or, as one retiree put it, a reasonable menace?
In locations with fewer federal workers and/or fewer high grade jobs, promotion opportunities for employees in lower grade jobs are more limited than that of employees at the same grade in the D.C. region.