A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.
The final version of the fiscal 2016 Defense authorization bill does not repeal a policy that resulted in lower per diems for long-term government travelers.
To date, the government hasn't been able to create a counter-narrative that works.
Republican reintroduces Pay Our Military Act, which would also ensure some civilians do not miss a paycheck if government closes.
Senators pressed Defense and intelligence officials on rules of war for cyberspace at a Tuesday hearing.
Bill aims to help wounded warriors get to doctors’ appointments without eating up leave.
It won't be easy, says a Naval commander, but "[it's] the right thing to do."
The two initiatives must play well with each other to ensure national security imperatives are best executed across all missions and personnel levels.
Booz Allen Hamilton wins award under OASIS strategic sourcing vehicle.
The looming government shutdown threatens paychecks, but some shrug as this happened before — just two years ago
The director of the NSA says the Freedom Act will slow and hamper intelligence gathering. Too bad it’s already law.