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Rubio Pitches Giving All Americans Access to the TSP

TSP administrators say it is probably a bad idea.

The Presidential Rank Awards Are Back

OPM director calls for nominations by June 5, saying last year’s nominees are eligible since no money was given.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta

OPM Wants to Untie Agencies' HR Knots

The government’s human resources shop is trying to improve federal hiring and retention partly by catering to individual agencies’ needs.

The Phoenix VA Health Care Center has come under scrutiny after allegations of gross mismanagement and neglect.

It Took the VA Hospital in Phoenix 10 Years to Install an Electronic Waitlist System

The system was available and deployed elsewhere in the agency since 2001.

It Took Feds 13 Days to Unravel a TSP Cyber Hoax Perpetrated by... Feds

Documents acquired by Nextgov show how retirement fund officials scrambled to dissect a misguided Army cybersecurity exercise.

Why Congress Might Want to Enact Legislation to Protect LGBT Federal Employees

Gay and lesbian feds are much better off than they were, but still do not have some protections under current laws.

Panel Approves 1.8 Percent Pay Raise for Troops

The Armed Services Committee reported out the fiscal 2015 Defense authorization bill; pay boost is slightly more than the president’s 1 percent proposal.

Take Charge of Your Retirement

A look at your responsibilities in the retirement process, along with those of your agency and the Office of Personnel Management.

How the Postal Service Could Overhaul Its Retirement and Leave Benefits

USPS inspector general compares the agency’s benefits programs to those of other organizations, suggests updates.