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Retirement Claims Backlog Falls, But Processing Rate Slows

The backlog stood at 15,374 claims at the end of May, a 16 percent reduction from April.

Expect a Fight From Federal Employee Groups Over OPM Hack Response

Agencies must bargain next steps with labor groups, according to recent labor board decision.

What Was the Purpose of the OPM Hack?

Officials think the massive data breach revealed this week is part of an effort by China to build a database of U.S. government workers.

The McChord Field Commissary Club at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Senators Push Back On Plan to Privatize Some Military Commissaries

A bipartisan proposal requires the Pentagon to report to Congress before moving ahead with pilot program to contract out the commissary system.

White House Responds to Huge Hack of Federal Employee Data

Press Secretary Josh Earnest called on Congress to move on legislation in light of the breach.

Some wage-grade workers, like commissary employees, are facing pay cuts.

It’s Time for a $15 Federal Minimum Wage

Low-wage earning power in government is half of what it was in 1968.

Security Breach Did Not Affect TSP Accounts

TSP data, including account numbers, is not shared with OPM.

5 Things You Can Do to Protect Yourself After the Massive OPM Data Breach

You don’t have to wait to receive a notice from OPM to take some precautionary measures.

OPM To Send Data Breach Notifications to Federal Employees Next Week

Move comes in wake of massive hacking incident that exposed personal information of millions.

What You Need to Know About Taxes

A primer on how your tax situation will be different in retirement.