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The White House’s Total Payroll is Down, But the Typical Staffer is Earning More

Average pay for a White House aide is nearly $83,000, similar to that of other feds.

The National Security Argument for Spending More on Conferences, Travel

As the U.S. loses its science and tech superiority, the military must look elsewhere.

Obama to Sign Executive Order Protecting Transgender Feds

Announcement is latest in a series of White House moves to ensure rights for LGBT workers.

USPS to Shutter 82 More Processing Plants in 2015

Employees could be reassigned to new locations.

TSP Continues Growing in June

All the funds were in the black last month.

Government’s Publisher to Offer Buyouts, Early Outs to Employees This Fall

Agency wants to reduce its 1,850-person workforce by 5 percent between October and December.

A Capitol Hill police officer stands guard on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Capitol Police Suspend Three Supervisors for False Overtime Claims

The alleged misconduct is the latest in a string of controversies.

Uncle Sam Could Soon Dip Into Your TSP to Recover Tax Debts

Rule aims to fix 'loophole' that benefited federal employees.

Whistleblowing Can Also Put Pay and Benefits At Risk

VA nurse manager in New York was threatened with unpaid suspension after voicing concerns about patient care and retaliation.

Not Ready to Retire? Not a Problem at NIH.

A federal program lets NIH retain experienced scientists and administrators who reach retirement age.