• Arizona Mayor Declares Local Emergency Over Number of Migrants

    Arizona Mayor Declares Local Emergency Over Number of Migrants

    Yuma, Arizona Mayor Doug Nicholls announced Tuesday that the number of migrants seeking asylum released into the city has become unsustainable. The mayor has requested federal assistance in handling the issue, which he claims has built to become a humanitarian crisis.

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Spring has sprung… And so has an allegation.

Spring has sprung… And so has an allegation.

Allegations can spring upon you at any point as a federal employee. If you were informed of an allegation being made against you tomorrow, would you be prepared? Do you know how you would be able to account for any potential financial costs or obtain legal representation? If you answered no to these questions, then investing in FEDS Protection should be a top priority for you. FEDS provides professional liability insurance you can rely on to help you with those allegations you never thought would spring at you. 

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Fitting Leadership Development Into Busy Schedules

Fitting Leadership Development Into Busy Schedules

Even though senior leaders know they need to keep their skills sharp through continued development opportunities, finding the time, let alone the budget, for training and development is a constant challenge.

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LIGHT A VIRTUAL CANDLE

LIGHT A VIRTUAL CANDLE

Every year, we host the annual Candlelight Vigil to honor the officers who were added to the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. Over 30,000 law enforcement officers, survivors, and supporters join us in Washington, DC on May 13. It’s often said that everyone should experience at least one Police Week during their lives, but even if you can’t make it to DC this year, you can still show your support.

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Federal Pay Raise: 4 Things You Need to Know

Federal Pay Raise: 4 Things You Need to Know

During the first few weeks of the shutdown, many Feds were disappointed by news of an executive order to freeze pay for Civilian Federal Employees in 2019. Then, in an unexpected turn, Congress passed a federal pay raise in a funding bill on February 15, effectively overturning the freeze. On March 28, President Trump signed an executive order officially implementing the change. In case you’re confused by the complicated discussions around federal pay, here are four things you need to know about the raise:

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The 2020 Census Spectacular

The 2020 Census Spectacular

What do you know about the 2020 Census?  Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday, April 5 for a comprehensive discussion of the mission, planning, and execution of next year's big count.

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Fitting Leadership Development Into Busy Schedules

Even though senior leaders know they need to keep their skills sharp through continued development opportunities, finding the time, let alone the budget, for training and development is a constant challenge.

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Hear it from FLEOA

FLEOA Files Law Suit Against OPM

 FLEOA files suit against OPM for reinterpretation of FERS statute .  Read the full statement below:

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