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Smokey The Bear outside the U.S. Forest Service office in Sisters, Oregon, during the 2013 government shutdown.

Government Must Pay Damages to 25,000 Feds Who Worked During 2013 Shutdown

Payments will vary, depending on the employee's circumstances.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., says he supports the practice if it isn't overused.

Republicans Defend Official Time but Say No One Should Use It Full Time

"We've been getting it wrong for far too long," lawmaker says.

Planning for a Delayed Retirement

There are many things to consider if you plan to work beyond full retirement age.

Congress and Trump Won't 'Terminate the EPA'

Instead, they’ll restrict the agency in far subtler ways.

Mulvaney testifies on Capitol Hill in January.

Senate Clears Proponent of Workforce Cuts as Trump’s Budget Director

Mulvaney confirmed as administration is reportedly drafting an executive order to reorganize agencies and curb duplication.

Who Is Most Likely to Leave Government During the First Year of a New Administration?

One in 10 senior executives depart during that time period, research finds.

President Trump speaks to airline executives on Thursday.

White House Floats Federal Employee Pay Reform, Privatization in Name of Innovation

Trump administration promises governmentwide review to spend taxpayer dollars more prudently.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., is aiming to draft comprehensive civil service reforms.

Senate Overseer Promises Reforms to Federal Pay, Performance Management and Discipline

Hearing elicits bipartisan criticism of hiring freeze, praise for federal workforce.

The Office of Personnel Management building in Washington is shown in 2015.

The Real-Life Consequences of the Federal Hiring Freeze

Donald Trump’s late January order to halt government hiring has produced stress, anxiety, and confusion for current employees and those wishing to join them.

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