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U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force train in Yuma, Ariz., in September.

Most Troops Will See More Money Next Year

Pentagon announces increases in basic pay, housing and food allowances.

Not All Federal Employees Have the Day After Christmas Off

Postal Service workers and some in security-related jobs will have to report on Dec. 26.

President Obama spoke to reporters at the White House Dec. 19, before heading to Hawaii for Christmas.

Obama Makes it Official: 1 Percent Pay Raise For 2015

President issues order implementing increase for civilian federal employees and uniformed military service members.

IRS chief John Koskinen tells employees that agency leadership will do its best "not to take actions that make your job more difficult or less satisfying."

Possible Furlough Days Coming to IRS Employees

Full-day agency shutdowns could complement hiring freeze and overtime suspension.

Obama Signs TSP Bill Into Law

Smart Savings Act will automatically enroll new feds into a more diverse, age-appropriate fund rather than the safer G Fund.

Beware of Scams

Fraudsters are waiting to separate you from your retirement savings.

Disengaged Employees, Lackluster Pay and More

A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.

OPM Changes Snow Day Leave Policy

Feds scheduled to be on vacation or sick leave when Washington-area offices close because of an emergency now won’t get an automatic excused absence.

Retroactive Mass Transit Benefit Boost Heads to Obama’s Desk

Federal employees riding public transportation will now receive same tax break as drivers.

How Feds Could Soon Receive Better Quality Health Care

Under new rule, FEHBP providers would earn bigger profits for providing better care.