The agency that runs the retirement plan will be able to garnish up to 15 percent of former feds’ private sector wages to collect debt.
Lawyer dissects GAO report detailing contacts with five outside groups.
How alcohol is regulated in America.
Spokesman walks back Tuesday’s claim Army would not lay anyone off.
NSA leaker defended his decision to participate in the conversation in a Guardian op-ed.
Overall spending was down 11 percent last year, but seven agencies bucked the trend.
House panel seeks to get money back from contractors
Panel assesses quality of military health care
GOP still pushing across-the-board spending cuts
Retiree prescription drug benefits drop
Managers' overtime bill surfaces in Senate
Budget negotiators still seeking final deal
Federal Y2K center almost ready for prime time
Campaign 2000: Forbes calls for more cuts
Negotiations over GSA warehouses break down
People: CIO turnover
The bad news is that the robot uprising is likely. The good news is that it’s not too late to stop it. By Patrick Tucker
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