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Feds Can Donate Leave to Louisiana Flood Victims

President Obama has directed OPM to establish an emergency leave transfer program so federal employees can help colleagues affected by the disaster.

Higher Ed Bargains For Feds, In One Chart

Compare 2016-2017 tuition, programs, and admission requirements at six schools offering federal employees discounts on education.

Obama Accepts Most of Panel’s VA Health Reform Proposals, but Rejects Core Changes

Administration says its own plan to integrate with private sector is preferable.

TSP Eases Rules for Hardship Withdrawals for Victims of Louisiana Floods

Storm victims will not be subject to a requirement that they suspend their retirement contributions for six months after making a withdrawal.

Fighting to Protect Your Benefits

A report from the biennial meeting of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association.

TSP Has a Lazy August

Most of the funds were in the black, but their gains were small.

Obama Issues Plan to Give Feds 1.6 Percent Pay Raise in 2017

Figure includes a 1 percent base boost, and a 0.6 percent locality pay bump.

OPM Proposal Could Change Health Care Coverage For Some Employees

Draft rule would allow agencies to require some workers to keep paying their FEHBP premiums when they are on leave without pay.

TSA officers inspect luggage at Denver International Airport.

TSA Union Says Heavy-Handed Leadership Is Making Employees’ Low Morale Worse

Agency is taking too many issues off the negotiating table, union says.

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