The current congressional recess (March 30-April 10) affords NARFE members a window of opportunity to contact their representatives and senators in their home states and districts about NARFE's priorities in the 114th Congress. The recently passed House and Senate budgets...
The Housing and Urban Development Department is expediting housing disaster relief aid to flood-ravaged Louisiana, including rebuilding grants, mortgage insurance for homeowners and assistance to low-income renters. “Families who may have been forced from their homes...
Jessica Klement, legislative director at the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, discussed the slow adoption of phased retirement in government.
A new rule from General Services Administration extends equal access for transgender employees to use restrooms based on what gender they identify with. The rule was released in an Aug. 18 Federal Management Regulation bulletin clarifying the agency’s interpretation...
When is the last time you evaluated your life insurance needs? Now is a good time to reconsider your options since there will be a rare open enrollment next month for the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance program. During September, feds will be able to enroll in any...
It’s good to keep up with the times, but the Social Security Administration found itself too far in front of many people it serves. Seeking to enhance online protections, the agency required “my Social Security” account...
MultiState Associates, a leading state and local government relations services company, has compiled a list of 2017 state legislative session dates, bill introduction and crossover deadlines, carryover rules and prefiling periods. Prepare now for the 2017 legislative session...
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