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Homeland Security once again has the least happy employees.
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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.
OPM touts early results of the 2015 survey gauging the government workforce’s attitudes on management and pay.
IG also substantiates allegations related to abuse of relocation program.