There are many options when it comes to drawing on your funds.
A primer on the annual process to determine current and former federal employee compensation.
Correctional officers could carry their guns outside the security perimeter or put them in lockboxes.
A weekly round-up of pay and benefits news.
New Secretary Mike Pompeo fulfills a promise he made during his confirmation.
Existing credit monitoring services for victims of 2015 breach are set to expire in 2026.
There is little sign that Congress will take up measures that would reduce retirement benefits for federal workers.
New rules affect dental insurance for military retirees and competition among FEHBP carriers.
Feds dodged a push from the Trump administration to include retirement cuts in NDAA.
The order focuses on promotion and education rather than new authorities.
Management officials talk civil service reform at Partnership for Public Service town hall.