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Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., was one of the lead signatories on the letter.

Senate Democrats Join Din of Retirement Cut Opposition

Lawmakers argue some cuts target federal workers who are forced to retire before Social Security eligibility.

"This is designed to have a chilling effect," said Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

Republicans Take First Shots at Slashing Individual Federal Employees’ Salaries

"Where does this end?" asks Democratic lawmaker, who called process an "abuse of federal employees."

A preliminary version of the House budget blueprint instructs Rep. Trey Gowdy's committee to reduce retirement benefits, but leaves specifics up to his panel.

Ten Republicans Urge Oversight Committee Chair Not to Cut Retirement Benefits for Feds

But a group of 150 House Republicans released a budget proposal calling for even steeper cuts to pay and benefits than those already on the table.

Thinking About Getting Out of Government? Here’s What You Need to Know

What midcareer employees should consider before leaving federal service.

Two Big Things That Aren’t Changing After Donald Trump’s Tweets On His Transgender Military Ban

One, nothing is different until he actually tells the Pentagon. Two, Americans who change gender still must register for the draft. It's the law

More Than a Dozen Unions Announce Opposition to OPM Nominee

Goerge Nesterczuk has gone two months without receiving a confirmation hearing.

IRS chief John Koskinen speaks to reporters after testifying on his agency's budget.

IRS Asks Congress to Renew Expired Authority to Exceed Salary Cap

Authority was the most efficient path toward being able to attract highly-skilled technical expertise, commissioner says.

“To choose service members on other grounds than military qualifications is social policy and has no place in our military,” Ashton Carter said.

Trump’s Transgender Troop Ban Sparks An Instant Opposition of Unusual Allies

The commander in chief tweet-declares a stunning change for military personnel, but it’s far from clear he can make it stick.

VA Secretary David Shulkin said improving internal capacity and private options “are not mutually exclusive,” and VA is “ramping up both simultaneously.”

As Trump Pledges to Triple Private Care for Vets, Congress Struggles to Save VA Program

Democrats, vets groups seek to boost private and governmental care simultaneously.