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Rep. Rick Nolan, D-Minn., introduced legislation to freeze lawmakers' pay during future shutdowns.

Congress Should Not Get Paid During a Government Shutdown, Says Lawmaker

Bill would prevent future legislative bodies from receiving salaries during a government closure.

Union: Repeal Cuts to Pentagon Travel Per Diems

House and Senate bills are at odds over scrapping policy that would lower lodging and meal rates for long-term government travelers at Defense.

Senate Passes Measure to Streamline Federal Hiring

Supporters call bill a win for agencies, applicants and taxpayers.

Beware of Hucksters

Why you should consider creating a retirement club at your agency.

New FEHBP Enrollment Option Will Result in Winners and Losers

Self-plus-one, which debuts in 2016, could mean higher premium rates for some and savings for others.

It Might Be Time to Kiss a 2016 COLA Goodbye

Latest data continues to show no cost-of-living adjustment for retirees next year.

Pentagon Plan to Move Civilian Workers Outside the Civil Service System Draws Fire

Proposal is aimed at giving the Defense secretary more authority and flexibility in hiring and managing personnel.

Feds Would Get Six Weeks of Paid Parental Leave Under Bill

The bill would not require federal employees to dip into their accrued sick or annual leave to care for a new child.