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Senior Correspondent Mike Causey tells us all about it.
Sometime before the end of the year, the Office of Personnel Management is about to get a major re-shuffling. The Fed leading the effort talked about the reorganization of OPM at a conference of federal human capital managers that wraps up today in Arlington.
If you live in, or have visited, the Washington area during a snowstorm... well, you know the problem. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says feds here are about to get an early warning, which can only make things better.
Federal Salary Council submits recommendations to OMB, OPM, Labor and President's Pay Agent to increase the average locality pay by 43 percent. Council says no new locality pay areas are needed.
OPM has been notified by Long Term Care Partners that letters the company mailed to tens of thousands of enrollees in the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program contain errors in calculating potential premiums.
Memo was released Nov. 5.
Earlier this week, President Obama signed an executive order launching a new government-wide effort to hire more of the nation's military veterans for agency jobs. On Thursday, some of the cabinet officials who will lead the initiative gathered at the Labor Department to explain their roles in the new program.
It's day two of open season for federal employees. Thirty-two health insurance plans are leaving the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program or reducing their coverage across the country. Also, details about vision and dental plan changes, as well as the benefits of Flexible Spending Accounts.
"Unfortunately," Dettman told FederalNewsRadio, "most people tend to stick with their plan unless they have a real good reason to change and I think this year, there's a real good reason to change."