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The Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund has posted the official application for its 2010-11 scholarship competition on its Web site. Scholarship applications will be accepted until March 26, 2010.
Unemployment benefits as well as other help is available for federal employees to help pay their bills in the event of a shutdown.
The Federal Employees Education and Assistance fund survives on the kindness of federal employees to help federal employees survive disasters from furloughs to floods. We talk with Executive Director Steve Bauer. We also get an update on the latest furlough developments from Federal Times editor, Steve Watkins.
In the event of an emergency like a government-wide shutdown you want to have six months cash to cover your bills while Congress gets its act together. Where, you ask, do you find that financial cushion? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey tells you about how some members of Congress did it in the 1990s.
Host Bill Bransford examines two programs that take an in-depth look at the good work done by federal employees: the Service to America Medals and the Feds Helping Feds programs.
October 22, 2010
This week, Mike Causey learns all about the Federal Employees Education and Assistance Fund.
If you think health insurance premiums are high now, just wait a couple of years. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about the impact of health care reform on your high-value FEHBP health plan.
Will the majority of feds, who don't belong to any union, be hit with a proposed 40 percent excise tax on high-value health plans years before the tax hits union members? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey hopes to get some answers today.
If you have a so-called Cadillac style health plan, the Senate wants to tax your premiums. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains what the Senate considers a gold-plated plan.