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This week, Mike Causey talks with Dan Adcock, legislative director of the National Active Retired Federal Employees, about where legislation is in the House that would allow you to move unused annual leave into your TSP after leaving federal service. Then, Randy Erwin of the National Federation of Federal Employees talks about why some in Congress are keen on freezing federal pay and benefits.
Is Congress going to make another attempt to freeze your salary? Does a bear schlep in the woods? Some experts tell Senior Correspondent Mike Causey it isn't a question of if, but when.
Would freezing federal worker salaries help cut government costs? The Republican party is asking that question.
The low-ball 1.4 percent pay raise the White House has proposed for federal workers and military personnel may be a poker chip politicians will use over the summer. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey tells why the 2011 pay raise isn't chiseled in stone.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.
What does the transition from the National Security Personnel System have in common with a bikini wax? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, as usual, thinks he has the answer - which also raises a lot of questions.
The new no-cal COLA Uncle Sam is serving up to federal and postal retirees is making a lot of them sick. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey conducts the taste test.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has details.
Although it's the lowest proposed pay raise in decades, most federal workers seem to be taking the proposed1.4 percent diet pay raise in stride. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says many retirees are very unhappy with their no-Cal COLA.
2009 was the Year of the Ox and 2010 is the Year of the Tiger. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that feds rode the Ox to victory but they may have a much tougher time getting along with the Tiger.