National reporter focusing on internal federal government personnel, management and budget policies Education: Pennsylvania State University, BA in liberal arts; American University, MA in communications and public affairs Eric Yoder is a veteran Washington journalist who has written about government, business, law, sports and other topics. He has reported for The Washington Post since 2000, concentrating on federal employee issues, the budget and government management policies. He also is the award-winning author of three books of short mysteries for children. Honors & Awards:
Numerous book-writing awards
Professional Affiliations: Mystery Writers of America, Golf Writers Association of America
Books by Eric Yoder:
One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve with Science
The White House moved this week to seize control of the board that administers the Thrift Savings Plan, which holds the retirement portfolios of close to 6 million federal employees and service members, as it moves to invest in China-based stocks.