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OPM’s inspector general says agency’s information technology office tried to thwart scrutiny of OPM security practices, response.
OPM to publish notice of new rates to be effective in January.
Hundreds of thousands of federal retirees could pay higher Medicare premiums in 2016 than most other enrollees will pay, due to a combination of low inflation and a quirk in the law.
Premiums in the long-term care insurance program have increased, with no prior notice, for those newly purchasing coverage.
The Federal Trade Commission has warned that a scam is being perpetrated on federal employees victimized by the breaches of Office of Personnel Management databases.
Federal employees and retirees could invest in outside mutual funds and would have more options in how they take out their retirement savings under plans approved Monday.
Current and former federal employees affected by either of the two cyber attacks on their personal information held by the Office of Personnel Management would get benefits beyond what the Obama administration has offered, under language approved by a Senate committee Thursday.
Agencies will be asked to cover the cost of credit monitoring for 21.5 million employees.
Offices that investigate allegations of discrimination and retaliation would be strengthened and discipline against those responsible would be encouraged, under a bill up for voting Tuesday.
Senior executives point to a failure at agencies to retain talent by not noticing or respecting achievements.