The Department of Energy (DoE) is one of a few agencies that runs its own personnel security clearance program. That doesn’t mean it has avoided the problem with delays.
If you work for the government or military, travel isn’t as simple as trying to get to the airport on time. Here are the rules to keep in mind.
Security clearance processing times continue to grow longer. Here’s where processing times are at, and how they got here.
Military members, veterans and their family members have specific rules that apply when it comes to accepting gifts.
If you’re planning to accept a contractor position or considering a job with a foreign government after military service, you need to be aware of the legal requirements.
Tuition Assistance and Top-Up are great programs to get a jump on a post-secondary education while serving with minimal out-of-pocket expense.
Military leaders and think tanks are currently debating an overhaul of the military pay system – is a civilian model the right choice?
Worried about the rising costs of college education? Military parents have several specific resources available to them. Learn how to combine military benefits with civilian savings plans.
When faced with multiple job offers, how do you decide which offer is the best for you?
Select STEM students may receive extended Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits if new legislation gets passed.
If you’re a veteran you may be able to use the GI bill to pay for the GMAT, or even get the test requirement waived for certain master’s degree programs.
Under the newly approved blended retirement system a service member would collect a lump sum amount at retirement in exchange for either a 25% or 50% reduction in standard retirement pay until age 67.
A recent rash of for-profit school closures has some in Congress looking for ways to help the veterans affected.
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