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Public-Private Sector Pay Gap Remains at 35 Percent

Federal Salary Council report says feds now earn on average 35.2 percent less than their peers, a disparity that’s down 0.2 percent from 2013.

U.S. military personnel discuss construction details with a Liberian contractor at the future location of an Ebola treatment unit in Liberia.

U.S. Troops Fighting Ebola in West Africa Are Earning Bonus Pay

Military members can earn up to $400 extra per month.

Temp Feds Will Have Access to Health Care Coverage Starting in January

OPM publishes final rule expanding the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.

The Most Important Retirement Decision

Hint: It involves thinking about what happens after your death.

Some Defense Travelers Will Have Their Per Diem Rates Cut

To save money, the department is reducing the amount employees on extended travel can spend on food and lodging.

Defense Civilians Are Losing Faith in Senior Management

Employees view their immediate supervisors much more positively, latest survey shows.

Federal Employees Could Still Receive a Transit Benefit Boost This Year

IRS, lawmaker renew call for tax package that includes retroactively doubling mass transit benefit.

Which Agencies Log the Most Hours of ‘Official Time’ Spent on Union Business?

VA tops the list for total hours, but doesn’t make the top 10 for hours spent per bargaining unit employee.

Making the Most of Your Money After You Retire

It pays to think ahead about how you will draw down your assets.

Self-Mandated Pay Raise for Federal Judges Will Cost $1B

Bump stems from court rulings calling congressionally instituted pay freezes unconstitutional.