Question: "If I die and my Thrift Savings Plan investments go to my husband, and he remarries and he dies, does my TSP go to his new wife or to my son?"
Facing strong opposition from workers in aviation-related professions, the Transportation Security Administration this month backed away from plans to allow passengers to carry certain knives onto plans
This third of three columns discussing redeposits for CSRS and FERS employees discusses the consequences of making a redeposit for CSRS employees who left federal service and received a refund of their contributions after Feb. 28, 1991, and FERS employees who at any time received a refund of their contributions when they left federal service.
Feds affected by the storms and tornadoes in Oklahoma will be able to tap donated leave thanks to an emergency leave transfer program.
Mike causey notes that as we get older, many of us would like to be remembered for something. Something good, kind or noble. Or funny. At the same time, you may hope your monument isn't a temple to stupidity, especially if you are remembered for something you had nothing to do with ...
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told the Senate Appropriations Committee’s defense subcommittee last week that contractors will absorb their share of sequester spending cuts.
The American Federation of Government Employees is urging the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to look into what the union claims are high levels of legionella at several Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare facilities in Pennsylvania.
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The Office of Personnel Management reported that retirement claims continued to come in slightly below estimates for the second month in a row after surging in the first quarter of the calendar year.
Federal employee unions are expressing hope that a phased retirement program soon to be rolled out will lead to a useful new option for feds toward the end of their careers.
The Department of Labor has rolled out a new "online toolkit" to help those nearing retirement get a handle on some of the most important issues involved in retirement planning.
Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) last week asked the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide information on the reported loss of nearly a half million electronic records at a VA regional office in his state.