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Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kansas, sponsored the bill.

Senate Passes Bill That Would Allow More Vets Access to Private Health Care

Vets who live within 40 miles of a VA facility that doesn’t provide the care they need are eligible for the Choice program under the legislation.

Amid USPS' Calls for Pay Cuts, Unions Let Deadline Pass for New Labor Contract

Postal Service's negotiations stall with two unions representing 300,000 employees.

How to Know When It’s Time to Go

Deciding when to retire from government is a more complicated process than it used to be.

Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich., said reforms will require tough choices, but " I think we can all agree something has to be done."

Generous Benefits for Feds Injured on the Job Could Be on the Chopping Block

Congress takes another stab at cutting workers’ compensation for feds by $360 million.

Who Wants a $10,000 Bonus?

A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.

An MQ-9 Reaper flies in Afghanistan in 2010.

Air Force Trims Drone Ops to Get Workforce ‘Healthy’

The service is dropping five of its 65 combat air patrols so its overtaxed pilots and intelligence operators can catch their breath.

Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va., introduced the bill.

Lawmaker: Let Feds Invest TSP Savings in Companies With Female Leadership

Others in Congress want feds to put retirement funds in companies that don't pollute.

Legal Cases Could Give Feds More Overtime Compensation, Appeal Rights

Court strikes down multiple anti-fed arguments made by government.

Why Isn't the White House Touting Its Top Senior Executives?

The Obama administration has been somewhat mum on the Presidential Rank Award winners, probably because of the bonuses.

U.S. Army soldiers patrol the Korengal Valley in Afghanistan's Kunar province in 2009.

House Passes Major Bill Overhauling Military Retirement

The fiscal 2016 Defense authorization act automatically enrolls new troops into the Thrift Savings Plan.