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.
Applications pending fell back to roughly June levels, after a two-month uptick.
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Government securities and fixed income bonds see slight gains for September, but the rest of the funds remain in the red.
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Pentagon offices would have to shed staff by 25 percent over five years.
Republican reintroduces Pay Our Military Act, which would also ensure some civilians do not miss a paycheck if government closes.
On average, the rise of overall premium costs doubled compared to last year's increase.
Tax Analysts’ FOIA suit details 1,269 performance awards averaging $4,483.
More than 860,000 federal workers would be sent home without pay.
Bill aims to help wounded warriors get to doctors’ appointments without eating up leave.