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Defense Panel’s Military Compensation Reforms Aren’t Bold Enough, Say Former Service Members

Politics, timidity and a resistance to change in government are threatening the sustainability of the armed forces.

Not Exactly Getting Rich

A look at how the Windfall Elimination Provision can dramatically affect retirement income.

Retirement Backlog Decreases, But It's Still Higher Than OPM Wants

The percentage of claims processed in 60 days or less has dropped.

How One Lawmaker Wants to Make Feds’ Prescription Drugs Cheaper

FEHBP participants pay up to 45 percent more for meds than those in other federally run programs.

TSP Sees Some Improvement in April

April brought modest growth for most of the funds in the federal employee Thrift Savings Plan, though two slipped into the red. By

Bill Bans Bonuses for VA Senior Executives

House version of the fiscal 2016 VA spending bill prohibits funds from being used for SES performance awards.

Obama Says Military Retirement Reforms Will Require More Study

The administration is ready to move forward immediately on a number of other January recommendations from compensation commission.

When is a Windfall not a Windfall?

When it’s subject to the dreaded Windfall Elimination Provision, of course.

Feds Dodge Bullet in Budget Deal, But Sequester Cuts Still Coming

Compromise document does not specifically attack retirement benefits or mandate downsizing through attrition.