The administration is ready to move forward immediately on a number of other January recommendations from compensation commission.
FEHBP participants pay up to 45 percent more for meds than those in other federally run programs.
When it’s subject to the dreaded Windfall Elimination Provision, of course.
Compromise document does not specifically attack retirement benefits or mandate downsizing through attrition.
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State Department plans major workforce initiatives to enhance flexibility and manage "people's entire careers."
Change to Choice program calculates distance between veterans' homes and nearest VA facility using the fastest instead of the shortest route.
Feds have until early June to fill out the 2015 federal workforce viewpoint survey, and results will be announced in the fall.
Pay and politics top the list, survey finds.
It’s not all gloom and doom in the federal retirement world.
More troops would be eligible for retirement benefits under Defense authorization provisions.