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.
Y2K, security are priorities, CIOs say
Lawmakers want CFO at White House
Feds triumph in $10B public-private competition
TSP board proposes investment change
Conservatives support anti-shutdown measure
Military health care not good enough, DoD official says
Comings and Goings
Agencies told to support reservists
Managers oppose order to bargain with unions
GOPers: INS chief may need the boot
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