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How Reforming Benefits Could Undermine the Pentagon’s Future

The Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission's recommendations are appealing to reformers. But here's how they could actually end up doing irreversible harm to the all-volunteer force.

What Would a Proposal to Auto-Enroll Troops Mean for the TSP?

Change would not affect the “investment side” of the retirement plan, but might potentially require more staff or other resources.

Marines with the 12th Marines fire a M77-A2 Howitzer down range during an Integrated Training Exercise 2-15, at Camp Wilson, Marine Corps, on January 31, 2015.

How Reforming Benefits Could Undermine the Pentagon's Future

The Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission's recommendations are appealing to reformers. But here's how they could actually end up doing irreversible harm to the all-volunteer force.

EPA Watchdog Dings Itself For Not Always Vetting Job Applicants' Credentials

The inspector general office says it needs to require managers to verify the work history and references of potential hires.

Secretary Bob McDonald has been out recruiting future doctors from medical schools.

Wanted: More Docs and Nurses at VA

The department’s largest staffing shortages are in jobs it needs the most, according to watchdog.

Neither CSRS nor FERS

There are lessons for all federal employees from those in an oft-overlooked system.

Retirement Claims Backlog Nearly Doubles in January

Applications usually spike at the beginning of the year.

Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Md., is leading efforts to roll back the increases.

Lawmakers Push to Repeal Feds' Pension Contribution Hikes

Democrats introduce a bill that would reverse two recent increases.