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Some members of Congress believe that the best way to improve government services is to break the spirit of people who work for government. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that's one way, but not necessarily the smart way, to do business.
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Federal Times' Steve Watkins and Steve Losey discuss the likelihood of bills targeting federal employees will have enough votes to pass.
If Congress and the White House change your retirement plan, asks Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, will it produce a tidal wave of retirements or will it turn your office in the government version of an adult day care center?
After its mid-year review of per-diem rates for 2011, 11 different counties need to be adjusted, according to the General Services Administration.
WFED's Mike Causey analyzes some of the proposed cuts to federal pay and benefits.
Just when it looked like federal workers have hit rock bottom, it turns out that two big chunks of the government family may be in for some good news. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says there may be pay raises for some postal workers and the return of the COLA for retirees.
Tom Trabucco of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board says choose an L Fund that reflects your draw down date, not necessarily your retirement date.
One thousand dollars may be waiting for teleworkers someday, if some DC area congressmen have their say.
Has your partner told you that you are terrible in the sack? That your nightmares are ruining your relationship? If so, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has some interesting questions and maybe a few answers that will help you get a better night's sleep.