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Marc Pearl, president & CEO of the Homeland Security & Defense Business Council, is this week's guest.
Aug. 6, 2010
If you read yesterday's column you know there is a slim chance you might have been placed in the wrong federal retirement system. If so, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has a way to make things right for yourself.
Ari Schwartz is leaving the Center for Democracy and Technology after 13 years to join the National Institute of Standards and Technology as a senior Internet policy advisor. He explains the decision to become a fed.
Was a $383,600 award to former Interior Department employee Robert Berman legal?
At the end of the day who's going to have more money, a banker who drives a Lexus or a federal civil servant who owns a Ford or Chevy Cobalt? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asked a pro and the answer may surprise you.
Factor in benefits and pensions and federal civil servants earned about $123,049 in 2009.
Learn more in today's DoD Report.
Do you have a mid-20s dependent child who doesn't have health insurance? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says relief is on the way, but it may be awhile before it gets to you.
One expert reminds federal workers to review their allocations more often than just once a year as market volatility can wreak havoc on funds. The goal is to make small adjustments as needed. All the TSP funds did well in July, including rebounds from two months of losses by the C and I Funds.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.