Pay & Benefits

Feds Move Nearly $2 Billion in TSP Savings to Safe, Low-Yield Investments Post-Brexit

Board cautions that enrollees keeping money in the G Fund are losing out on potential gains.

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Virginia Lawmakers Demand Answers on Long-Term Care Insurance Price Spike

Federal enrollees who do not change their coverage would end up paying $111 more per month on average for the insurance.

OPM to Agencies: Let Feds Telework to Avoid Heat

Federal employees can also adjust their daily schedules to avoid high temperatures.

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Retirement Planning

Is Phased Retirement For You?

Assessing the option of gradually easing into post-government life.

TRICARE Bill Would Decrease Government Revenue By $97 Million Over Next Decade

CBO estimates legislation allowing vets to opt in and out of military health care system to take advantage of health savings accounts would affect tax revenue.

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Defense Secretary Warns of ‘Widespread Negative Consequences’ If Senior Executive Corps is Cut

Ash Carter sent a letter to Capitol Hill objecting to several provisions in the NDAA, including one calling for a 25 percent SES reduction by 2019.

GOP Platform: Cut Feds’ Pay and Benefits While Making It Easier to Fire Them

Democratic platform largely silent on federal employee issues.

Long-Term Care Insurance Premiums Will Increase An Average of 83 Percent on Nov. 1

Most enrollees will see their rates spike unless they make changes to their coverage by Sept. 30.

Are Federal Pay and Benefits Too Generous?

A conservative Washington think tank claims they are in a new set of proposed personnel reforms.

Retirement Planning

Retirement With Training Wheels

How phased retirement works.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., introduced the bill.

Former Presidential Candidate Tries Again To Remove Bad VA Employees

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio introduced another accountability bill that aims to make it easier to fire all department workers.

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