Posts Tagged: Benefit

Death and Former Spouses You might say what does a former spouse have to do with the business of the deceased federal employee. You might be surprised under certain circumstances, that the former spouse may have more to do with the business than you can imagine. Actually the Basic Employee Death Benefit (BEDB) may be payable to theRead… Read more »

IJIS Institute Badge & Tech Benefit & Awards Dinner to Benefit National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

Benefit to help honor the service and sacrifice of America’s law enforcement officers and to promote officer safety Ashburn, VA (November 14, 2013). The IJIS Institute—a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing and safeguarding for justice, public safety, and homeland security—will host the 4th Annual Badge & Tech Benefit & Awards Dinner onRead… Read more »

IJIS Institute Delivers Proceeds of Badge & Tech Benefit to IACP Foundation

$6000 Check to Help Family of a Law Enforcement Officer Impacted by Sandy Ashburn, Va., April 2, 2013. The IJIS Institute, a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security, delivered the $6,000 proceeds of the 3rd Annual Badge & Tech Benefit to the International Association of ChiefsRead… Read more »

Is Telework a Critical Benefit?

As someone who teleworks full-time and considers it a non-negotiable benefit, it’s a topic near and dear to my heart. Across government it would seem the tide is shifting in favor of telework, yet many employees still find barriers from management perception to lengthy delays in implementation. What about you – is telework a benefitRead… Read more »

Employee group shows impact of proposed cuts on government services

In today’s Federal Diary, Washington Post Columnist Joe Davidson makes reference to Federally Employed Women’s recent publication “Federal Workers Keep America Running: Every Hour of Every Day”. What’s your take on Feds Keep America Running? This just scratches the surface, but provides food for thought on the services feds provide that so many AmericansRead… Read more »

Cost/Benefit Analysis Part 2 – Good Enough for Government Work

It’s a punchline right, “Good enough for government work?” Certainly not the attitude at your agency or mine, but “Good enough for government work” has something to teach us when evaluating IT alternatives. Benefit/Cost Ratio is calculated by dividing the total present value benefits by the total present value costs. Where costs exceed benefits, theRead… Read more »