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Acting OPM Director Beth Cobert said agency leaders have taken successful steps to engage employees.

Feds Still Lack Faith That Poor Performers Are Punished

Employees did, however, rate their leaders better on the latest viewpoint survey.

Retirement Backlog Is Back Down

OPM processed roughly 2,000 more applications in September than in August, bringing the total number of applications in the queue to 15,146.

New Rule Would Exclude Non-Manager Feds From Financial Disclosure Requirements

Proposal would implement regulations for 2012 personal financial reporting law.

What Is the FERS Supplement Worth?

Estimating the value of this important benefit.

Panelists say a measured approach is necessary.

Is It Too Late for Comprehensive Civil Service Reform?

HR experts suggest reformers tinker with the current system rather than attempt to create a new one.

Rep. Todd Rokita, R- Ind., made the proposal.

A Last-Minute Push for Turning Feds Into At-Will Employees

Measure would also end official time and restrict pay raises.

Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence scored a zero on fed-friendly votes.

Here Are the Lawmakers With the Worst Records on Federal Employee Issues

Rankings also show stark differences on presidential ticket.

September Sees Very Small Gains for Federal Retirement Investments

All but one of the funds in the TSP grew, but the biggest earner was only up 1.24 percent.

Whistleblower Teresa Gilbert worked at Fort Bragg.

Special Counsel’s Whistleblower Award-Winner Still Owed Pay from Army

Ft. Bragg infection control specialist was ostracized for exposing health violations.

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