Pay & Benefits

New Feds Will Default Into Riskier TSP Fund Starting Next Week

Employees will no longer be automatically enrolled in the safe but low-yield G Fund.

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Recruits Begin a Year-Long Isolation Mission to Simulate Mars

An actual trip to the red planet for the NASA recruits could take up to three years.

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Obama Issues Plan to Give Feds 1.3 Percent Raise in 2016

Proposal would lift locality pay for first time in six years.

Read moreAugust 28, 2015Leave a comment
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Agencies Are Putting Their Employees at Risk for Tax Fraud, Senators Say

And recent OPM hacks have amplified the potential for identity theft.

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2016 Hopefuls Craft Messages Around Wall Street's Insane Day

A sharp early drop in American markets reverberated on the presidential campaign trail.

TSP’s F Fund Spikes Amid Market Turbulence

Other TSP offerings have fallen in August along with markets, governing board says.

Obama Has Until Aug. 31 to Offer Alternate Pay Raise Plan

The president is expected to formally propose a 1.3 percent pay hike for feds in 2016.

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New Health Care Benefits, Another Hack Involving Feds and More

Some federal workers may be feeling extra generous come CFC season.

Things Don’t Look Good for a 2016 COLA

Federal retirees aren’t likely to see a cost-of-living adjustment increase next year, based on current data.

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