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Fewer Taxpayers Fall Prey to Identity Thieves, IRS Chief Says

Agency’s countermeasures show progress, though causes for decline are unclear.

U.S. Border Patrol Riverine agents assist in rescue and recovery efforts in the greater Houston area in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

How Feds Can Contribute to the Harvey Recovery Effort

Employee groups offer aid, avenues for donations.

CBO Outlines Potential Changes to Federal Retirement Benefits

The Congressional Budget Office analyzed five options for changing the Federal Employees Retirement System pension and TSP plan.

Soldiers assigned to the 10th Mountain Division walk on a dismounted patrol outside of Camp Fenty, Afghanistan in 2016.

Ordered to Ban Transgender Troops, Pentagon Plans A New Look at Three Factors

The courts will take their own look, thanks to a trio of lawsuits filed in the wake of Trump’s Friday-night memo.

A child makes his way through floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston on Aug. 27, 2017.

Nearly 60,000 Feds Impacted by Harvey

The Office of Personnel Management is coordinating with local federal executive boards to keep employees informed.

The Interior Department under Secretary Ryan Zinke has reassigned about 50 of its senior executives.

Interior’s High-Profile Whistleblower Gets a Boost From OSC and Legal Community

The Office of Special Counsel has decided to investigate claims from SESer claiming improper reassignment.

How to Know When It’s Time To Go

Deciding whether (and when) to leave government.

Trump's picks for the panel won't be subject to Senate confirmation.

Union Official Blasts Lack of Ideological Diversity on Mediation Panel

NFFE president fears the Federal Service Impasses Panel will be slanted against workers.