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More Senior Execs Got Bonuses in 2014, and the Payouts Were Bigger

The average performance award increased from fiscal 2013 nearly $350 to $10,560.

House Passes Bill Capping Fiscal 2016 VA Senior Executive Bonuses

Companion legislation approved by Senate does not include language limiting VA performance awards for top career leaders.

Feds Petition for Paid Day Off After Thanksgiving

President has power to declare federal agencies closed, but generally reserves it for Christmas time.

You Have TSP Questions; We Have Answers

Why you should do a dry run of your taxes before pulling the plug on work, and other tips.

New Defense Employees Will Be on Probation Longer

Legislation headed to the president would extend to two years the probationary period for new hires at the department.

Republican Presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks at the Iowa GOP's Growth and Opportunity Party in October.

Ted Cruz Would Put 150,000 Feds on Notice and Eliminate Automatic Pay Raises

The five agencies (and many more subagencies) the GOP candidate wants to cut.

OPM Has Sent Notifications to About One-Third of Hack Victims

Five percent of impacted individuals have enrolled in the suite of protective services available to them.

Norfolk, Va., is in one of two new regions recommended for locality pay.

Feds Earn 35 Percent Less Than Private Sector Workers, Group Says

Federal Salary Council also recommends two new locality pay areas.

Disabled Vets Hired as Feds Get Advance Sick Leave

President Obama signed into law legislation that gives wounded warriors hired by the government 104 hours of sick leave up front.