• New GM prices for Military Personnel

      Deploy the savings! This year’s new GM cars and trucks could cost even less with a little help from Uncle Sam. That is to say, if you are an active member of the military (or even retired), you could be eligible to receive a price that no civilian would ever get to see. Find out …more here

    • Long Term Care Premiums Are Going Up

      Federal workers could be Democrats, Republicans

    • Bringing Federal Travel Into The 21St Century

      Representing 2.8% of the U.S. GDP, travel and tourism are becoming more expensive for consumers each year. If you work for the federal government you most probably travel more frequently than the typical American for a mix of business and leisure jaunts. To make this easier, the U.S government has passed two bills allowing the …more here

    • Federal Employee Health Benefits And Medicare

      Turning 65? If you are like most national retirees

    • Top Ten Open Season Tips

      Unless you’ve had a qualifying life event – like getting married or divorced, having a baby, or moving to another state – Open Season is the only time you can change your health plan status (from self only to self and family, or vice versa) or choose a different health plan based on cost or your anticipated needs. This year, the Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEHB) Open Season runs from Monday, November 9 through Monday, December 14, 2009. Even if you think you’re all set with your current plan, make sure by following these ten tips:

    • Federal Employee Student Scholarships

      $2.75 MILLION… That’s the total amount of college scholarships awarded annually to federal employees and their families. The Federal Employee Education Assistance Program (FEEA), a non-profit agency devoted exclusively to assisting federal employees, provides merit-based scholarships ranging from $400 to $1,500 to current civilian Federal and postal employees and their dependent family members (children and …more here

    • Federal Employee Unions and Associations Directory

      The federal government has a “right to work” policy, which means that employees aren’t required to join a union. Nonetheless, the government recognizes a slew of unions representing different employees. Two of the largest are the American Federation of Government Employees (with 600,000 members) and the National Federation of Federal Employees (with 100,000 members).