Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
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Federal Thrift's I Fund returns 19.75% in 12 months
Federal Thrift Savings Plan's I Fund was the best performing of the $324.1 billion plan's investment options in the year ended March 31, with a return of 19.75%.
Federal Retirement Thrift board plans to search for TSP investment consultant
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, Washington, is seeking information to help it prepare a request for proposal for investment consulting services for the $336 billion Thrift Savings Plan.
Federal government resumes payments into G Fund
U.S. government payments into the Federal Thrift Savings Plan's largest fund resumed after being put on hold when the federal government hit its debt ceiling.
Treasury stops G Fund payments
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner notified congressional leaders Tuesday that the government is suspending payments into the Federal Thrift Savings Plan's $158.52 billion Government Securities Investment Fund, known as the G Fund.
Federal Thrift's I Fund is DC plan's top performer
Federal Thrift Savings Plan's I Fund was the best performing of the $324.1 billion plan's investment options in 2012, with an 18.62% return.
Federal Thrift Savings Plan sticks with BlackRock as F Fund manager
Federal Thrift Savings Plan rehired BlackRock to manage its $25.4 billion fixed-income index fund, the F Fund.
Thrift Savings Plan saw $1.2 billion shift to bonds in July
Federal Thrift Savings Plan participants transferred $1.2 billion to fixed income from equities in July, Tracey Ray, chief investment officer at the $316 billion defined contribution plan, reported Monday at a meeting of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board.
Thrift Savings Plans puts F Fund management up for bid
Thrift Savings Plan issued an RFP for managers to run the $313 billion defined contribution plan's F Fund, a fixed-income index fund.
Computer security breach at Thrift Savings Plan
A cyber attack on a computer of a contractor for the $313 billion Thrift Savings Plan, Washington, could have compromised account information for about 123,000 plan participants, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, which oversees the plan, announced Friday.
Senate proposal would add auto escalation in Thrift Savings Plan
Newly hired federal employees participating in the $313 billion Thrift Savings Plan would have automatic escalation of their contributions under legislation introduced in the Senate.
Thrift Savings Plan gets thumbs-up from participants
Federal employee satisfaction with the $313 billion Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is higher than ever, according to the latest survey conducted by Aon Hewitt.
Fed Thrift Savings Plan sets May 7 start date for Roth option
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, Washington, will include a Roth option for participants in the $308 billion Thrift Savings Plan beginning May 7.
Federal workers' pensions in cross hairs amid budget battle
Congress is considering ways to cut U.S. federal workers' pension benefits as well as their pay and possibly their jobs even as a record number are borrowing against their pensions.
Proposal would put value of unused leave into Federal Thrift Savings Plan
Federal Thrift Savings Plan, Washington, could gain as much as $317 million over 10 years under a House proposal that would allow federal employees to invest the value of their unused annual leave into the $302 billion defined contribution plan.
Federal Thrift's G Fund gets payments restored
U.S. government payments into the Federal Thrift Savings Plan's largest fund resumed Friday after being put on hold when the federal government hit its debt ceiling 10 days earlier.