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VA Secretary Bob McDonald and his top deputies have said that moving the SES corps into Title 38 will give them more authority to expedite hiring and offer higher pay to better compete with the private sector.

VA Senior Executives Feel 'Demoralized' and 'Betrayed' Over Latest Hiring and Firing Proposal

New survey shows department’s SES corps fear moving top career leaders out of Title 5 will hurt recruitment and retention efforts.

House Republicans Look to Boost Pentagon's Civilian Workforce Through Hiring Reform

Bill would make it easier for temporary employees to get full-time jobs.

A Fresh Look at How Much Money You Need To Retire

Don’t assume the same income percentage target applies to everyone.

TSP Funds Show Slight Signs of Improvement in February

Still, many ended the month in the red or with very small gains.

The Chievres commissary in Belgium.

Senators to Pentagon: Don't Mess With Commissary Employees' Compensation

A proposal would convert workers to a different personnel structure, potentially reducing their pay and benefits.

Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., worked with Republicans to iron out differences on the bill.

House Panel Backs Capping Admin Leave at 14 Days Each Year

Both chambers of Congress look to rein in practice agencies have abused for years.

FEHBP Insurance Carriers Must Cover Autism Treatment Beginning in 2017

Since 2013, providers have had the option of covering applied behavior analysis for children on the autism spectrum.

VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson said, "We are committed to sustainable accountability."

VA Tries to Punish Senior Leaders in Cincinnati for Misconduct

Department proposed firing Jack Hetrick, but he retired; Dr. Barbara Temeck has been reassigned pending further discipline.

The New Rules of the Social Security Game

What happens after the elimination of the traditional “file and suspend” strategy?