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Developing a TSP Withdrawal Plan

Tips on crafting a strategy for tapping into your TSP funds in retirement.

Trump Names Two Federal Pay Raise Advisers

After nearly a year of inaction, White House begins reconstitution of the Federal Salary Council.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., asked for the documents by Jan. 3.

Oversight Democrat Asks White House to Release Plans for 'Massive' Agency Downsizing

To date, the reorganizations have received "virtually no oversight by Congress," Cummings says.

Analysis: What Does a Government Shutdown Mean for the Defense Department?

Four years ago, this staffer for the defense policy undersecretary helped the Pentagon figure out the impacts of a shutdown. Hint: it wasn’t pretty.

Congress on Collision Course Ahead of Shutdown Deadline

"Puntagon" bill to fund defense for a full year but non-defense for one month is a nonstarter, Democrats say.

Trump Administration Seeks Outside Help to Hire 26,000 New Immigration Enforcement Personnel

CBP just awarded a separate $300 million contract for Border Patrol hiring assistance.

Watchdog: OPM Can Do More to Help Agencies Use Recruitment, Retention Incentives

A majority of agencies reported that they did not use special pay authorities due to financial constraints.

5 Things to Remember Before You Tap Into Your TSP

Pondering your new withdrawal options? Here are a few principles to factor in.

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., said: “We’re already seeing disinterest in federal service . . . It’s pennywise and pound foolish, if we’re constantly spending money on recruiting and training for new employees.”

Proposal for a 2019 Pay Freeze Called 'Dunderheaded' and 'Pennywise and Pound Foolish'

A freeze would make it more difficult to retain and recruit federal employees, requiring agencies to spend more money on hiring, lawmakers argue.