Lawmakers are working to continue their efforts to protect the identities of feds endangered by the OPM data breaches, cut spending by $15 billion, and improve the online presence of federal agencies.
If you live and work in Washington long enough, you start running taking people’s — especially politicians’, lawyers’ and talking heads’ — statements, actions and facts through your own filter.
Some politicians think the at-will hiring system is so good and works so well they want to extend it to federal civil servants in the executive branch.
Recent proposals to change the existing federal retirement system are just the beginning of coming recommendations from the Office of Personnel Management.
A new bill will give backdated pay to officers who are waiting months for promotion.
Host Bob Leins welcomes David Santana from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to the studio.
The Office of Personnel Management appeared to have mixed results processing retirement claims in April. More claims were submitted and fewer were processed than in March, but the claims processing backlog also dropped.
The White House has revived old proposals to make feds pay more for, and get less from, their retirement package while also eliminating a gap payment for workers who retire before age 62, even if they are required to do so.
NARFE president Richard Thissen and Federal News Radio reporter Nicole Ogrysko join host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn to discuss proposed changes to the federal retirement system and the odds that any of them will become law this year. May 9, 2018
Office of Personnel Management Director Jeff Pon’s legislative proposals deserve debate. But talk about bad timing to release them!
The Office of Personnel Management detailed several significant proposals that would impact the current federal employee retirement system.
Tune in this week to learn why long term care insurance is a crucial part of your retirement planning. And did you know FEEA’s Annual Public Service Charity Walk/Run is right around the corner? Get all the race details and sign up before it’s too late!
May 4, 2018
The retirement expert said that when a federal employee retires, the process is still painfully analog but changes have been made.
Upon learning how the semi-automatic 3 percent within-grade increases work, one top outsider assigned to White House government overhaul is said to have referred to them as “zombie pay raises.’’