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Who's better at making decisions? GovExec reviews a new book that asks that very question.
Some Republican members of Congress are making an election-year pitch to reduce the Federal worker headcount, and save money. But would it really do that?
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Would you be willing to kick in part of your salary to help reduce the national debt? A reader suggested it and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey popped the question and boy, did people respond!
On Tuesday, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey wrote a column regarding the federal pay freeze and union membership. Well, he got a good number of emails from readers and listeners, some of whom said they think unions are too political. On this week's Your Turn, Causey talked with Colleen Kelley of the NTEU and Judy Park of NARFE to get their thoughts.
The Center for Plain Language recently announced the winners.
When the Senate voted not to freeze your salary it may have deprived federal union leaders with what Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says would have been their greatest ever recruiting tool: anger.
If you are working today, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says 'thank you!'
Karin O'Leary is Director of the Budget at the Justice Department and explains how she stayed positive during the tough times.
Unfortunately, many civil servants make errors and omit certain important tasks during their careers with the federal government. The result is that these employees may not be able to retire when they want to. We get details from Ed Zurndorfer, registered employee benefit consultant.
If we could each kick in $43,000 we could eliminate the national debt overnight. One of Mike's readers says there is an existing mechanism...the Combined Federal Campaign.