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Biometrics, more card memory giving military more options. In the future, employees may be able to use federal ID cards on metro.
With the ongoing financial crisis, and the general tumult on Wall Street, you might be wondering how your Thrift Savings Plan is faring.
With important changes coming to the Thrift Savings Plan, federal workers will soon see significant new options and opportunities for their retirement savings. But federal worker unions tell a House subcommittee that they're reluctant to endorse an option sought by a small, but some say overly-vocal minority of TSP participants.
Now the agency wants to hear from others about these ideas and their own recommendations on how to fix federal HR processes. Director Berry offers to get rid of the GS system, expand who can receive bonuses and bolster training.
TSP's Tom Trabucco says that no matter the market's ups and downs in the past month, the government's retirement plan can still be counted on in the long term.
More spending to track, and fewer workers to do the work. That's the conundrum facing Federal agencies trying to meet the many demands of federal acquisition. In the second of two reports, FederalNewsRadio's Max Cacas looks at how three of those agencies are trying to cope.
Where should your money be flowing?