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Republicans Expected to Reduce Feds’ Pensions, Outsource More Work

A look at what federal employees should expect from the 115th Congress.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter suspended efforts to recoup those improper bonuses so the Pentagon could review its process for collecting erroneous payments without unfairly burdening those caught in the middle of the debacle.

Most Calif. National Guard Soldiers Won't Have to Repay Improper Bonuses

Pentagon official expects “vast majority” of 17,500 cases involving improper reenlistment bonuses will be dismissed before review’s July 1 deadline.

Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said the rule change would allow for “short-sighted” pay cuts that unfairly “scapegoat” federal employees.

House Makes It Easier to Cut Federal Employees' Pay, Slash Workforce

Reinstated rule allows compensation cuts through appropriations process.

2017 Pay Tables for Federal Employees Are Out

Obama directed a 2.1 percent pay boost for federal civilian employees in 2017, but the actual amount of an employee’s pay raise depends on various factors.

Federal Employee Retirement Funds Finish 2016 Strong

All of the investment options in the TSP were in the black for December.

Obama Makes Next Year’s 2.1 Percent Pay Raise Official

Executive order implements a 1 percent across-the-board boost and 1.1 percent in locality-based hikes.

Obama Administration Makes Long-Desired Change to Postal Service Pensions

USPS advocates have said the reform would prevent agency overpayments.

Last-Minute Retirement Tips

Some things to think about before filling out your paperwork.

Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., will take over as chairman of the House Veterans' Affairs Committee.

New Leadership at VA Committees, But Likely Same Priorities

Lawmakers in the next Congress are expected to keep focus on improving vets’ access to health care and stronger employee accountability.

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