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What a Trump Victory Means For Your Retirement

A Donald Trump presidency is going to have some implications for your financial portfolio.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and other lawmakers are looking for more information on the move between service providers.

Fewer OPM Hack Victims Must Re-Enroll in Protection Services Than Originally Estimated

Lawmakers express concern provider transition "may create confusion."

The Number of Disabled Post-9/11 Vets With VA Health Care Is Growing Despite Wait List Scandal

Survey shows that 71 percent of injured Iraq and Afghanistan vets have health care through the department, up 11 percent over the last two years.

Making Sense of the Medicare Mess

Questions about Medicare and FEHBP coverage are more important than ever this year.

Council Vote Would Give Thousands of Feds Bigger Locality Pay Adjustments

It also rejected pleas from 29 areas asking for their own locality rates.

The Top 5 Most and Least Generous Agencies for Senior Executive Bonuses

Justice SESers received the highest average individual award ($14,748) in fiscal 2015, while GSA senior executives received the lowest on average ($8,823).

One Way to Ensure Equal Pay for Men and Women

The private sector doesn’t compensate women fairly. Can it learn anything from the federal hiring process?

71 Percent of Career Senior Executives Received Bonuses in Fiscal 2015

The average individual performance award across government was $10,742, according to new data from OPM.

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