Federal labor unions hope to secure an equivalent hike for civilian employees.
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If you’re thinking about retiring, it’s a good idea to at least get a ballpark figure on the benefits you’ll be receiving.
Counsel finds data and calculations used to conduct the employees' performance evaluations were flawed.
Budget limitations and tax liabilities remain obstacles to offering the benefit.
One of the upsides of working for the federal government is that you can jump to a new agency and keep your benefits.
Regulations seek to boost agency use of "underutilized" pay flexibility.
Pay-for-performance demonstration projects are working, so there’s no need to move employees to the National Security Personnel System, sponsor says.
Civilian federal employees are eligible for hardship pay up to a ceiling, but do not get the tax benefits offered to military personnel and contractors.
The Thrift Savings Plan has grown into a $200 billion-plus retirement behemoth, but its nearly 4 million participants might be surprised to learn how their money is managed.
Lawmakers question whether Human Capital Operational Plan will address morale problems.