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Government’s Publisher Cuts Staff by 5 Percent Through Buyouts

The agency estimates it will save $7 million in fiscal 2015 from trimming workforce.

Five Charts That Show the Pentagon's Shrinking Civilian Workforce

The percentage of Uncle Sam's civilians employed at the Defense Department is decreasing.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., has introduced legislation that would require senior executives at VA to be reassigned every five years.

Senior Executive Service Is Meant to Be Mobile, Lawmaker Says

Republican defends bill to reassign top career VA employees to new posts every five years.

Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, told union members: "I stand with you."

NTEU Troops Blitz Congress Seeking 3.8 Percent Pay Raise, End to Sequestration

Sen. Hirono tells legislative conference she backs the union’s agenda on pay and agency funding.

Obama Budget Pushes Paid Parental Leave, Phased Retirement

The president's fiscal 2016 recommendations focus on more flexibility for the federal workforce.

TSP Investments Have Lackluster January

All the lifecycle funds were in the red last month, along with the C and S funds.

White House Seeks 1.3 Percent Pay Raise for Civilians, Troops

Boost would be the most generous in the past few years, but still small relative to most raises since the 1970s.

Bill Targets Federal Employees' Bonuses – Yet Again

Senator wants to stop rewards for those who damage the integrity of the federal government.

"VA is still not doing enough to hold those responsible accountable for their corrupt behavior when treating our nation’s veterans,” said Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kansas. Moran is the bill's sponsor.

Senators Push Bill to Limit Number of VA Senior Execs Receiving Bonuses

The legislation, like its House counterpart, also would require the department's top career officials to switch jobs every five years.

Is FERS Better? Readers Weigh In

Reaction to last week’s column on how the two federal retirement systems stack up.