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Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., will soon introduce a bill to allow veterans to sue VA workers who tampered with health records.

Senator Wants to Make It Easier to Sue VA Employees, Take Their Money

Republican’s proposal also would remove red tape from firing workers involved in latest scandal.

Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M.

Federal IT Reform Could Mean Bonuses for Procurement Staff

House-approved FITARA includes "monetary incentives" that aren’t in the Senate bill.

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel

Pentagon Will Review Its Health Care System to Avoid VA’s Mistakes

Defense secretary orders assessment to determine any weaknesses.

In a memo, Katherine Archuleta cautioned agencies to “consider the current challenging fiscal conditions and resources needed to meet overall agency mission priorities in determining the number of nominations to submit.”

Top Senior Execs to Be Honored Next Week, But Not With Bonuses

Group will host a State Department reception for 2013 presidential rank award finalists.

Federal Employees and Retirees Owed $3.31B in Back Taxes at the End of Fiscal 2013

Total debts were down from the previous year, but the number of delinquent feds jumped.

Submarine veteran Lawrence Check adjusts his hat before watching a parade on Veterans Day in Atlanta in 2012.

The 10 Best and Worst States for Military Retirees

Wyoming is the best place for military personnel to retire, while California is the worst, according to one survey.

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md.

Senators Propose 3.3 Percent Pay Raise for Federal Employees

Bill mirrors House proposal; would far exceed President Obama’s proposed 1 percent pay hike.

Retirement Readiness: How Do You Stack Up?

The early results of our federal employee Retirement Readiness Assessment are in.