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Lawmakers Approve Bonus Ban For Bad Feds

Bill targets employees who could be fired or suspended for violating agency policy, or for committing a serious crime.

Unions to Uncle Sam: Extend Credit Monitoring, Cover Losses Related to Data Breach

Government has obligation to further help millions of employees affected by massive security lapse, advocates say.

Size of the OPM Hack Quadruples to 18 Million

FBI director reportedly provided the estimate to lawmakers in closed-door briefings.

Contractor Promises to Ramp Up Call Centers to Answer Questions on OPM Hack

CSID attributes problems to "higher than expected" call volume.

Washington-Area Feds' Salaries Actually Grew 3.6 Percent in 2014

The typical fed in the region took home $103,238 last year, report indicates.

How Your Retirement Nest Egg Adds Up

Calculating just how much you’ll have to live on.

Most in the Military Get No Retirement-Savings Help. That Could Be Changing.

Under the current system, personnel who serve 20-plus years get a pension. But what about everyone else?

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the breach.

OPM Will Soon Notify New Wave of Workers Their Data Was Hacked

'You failed, utterly and completely,' lawmaker tells OPM director.

An agent patrols along the Rio Grande River.

Border Patrol Agents Can Now Check Out New Overtime Details

Proposed rule outlines the specifics of a new, less generous compensation system to replace administratively uncontrollable overtime.