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VA Secretary David Shulkin praised Congress for its swift action.

GI Bill Expansion Heads to President’s Desk

Legislation passed unanimously in both chambers of Congress.

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin testifies on Capitol Hill in June.

Bill to Boost VA Hiring, Private Care Heads to Trump's Desk

Measure will provide $3.9 billion in emergency funds to VA.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement acting director Thomas Homan speaks during a news conference in May.

There's No Proven Need for Trump's Mandated Hiring Spree at Homeland Security, IG Says

Two agencies would need 1.2 million applicants to fulfill Trump's request, given current hiring and attrition rates.

All TSP Funds in the Black in July

Each portfolio in the 401(k)-style retirement program for federal employees saw modest growth last month.

TSP Insider Appointed as the Retirement Plan's New Executive Director

Ravindra Deo has served as acting head of federal employees’ 401(k)-style retirement program since April.

Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., was one of the lead signatories on the letter.

Senate Democrats Join Din of Retirement Cut Opposition

Lawmakers argue some cuts target federal workers who are forced to retire before Social Security eligibility.

"This is designed to have a chilling effect," said Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

Republicans Take First Shots at Slashing Individual Federal Employees’ Salaries

"Where does this end?" asks Democratic lawmaker, who called process an "abuse of federal employees."

A preliminary version of the House budget blueprint instructs Rep. Trey Gowdy's committee to reduce retirement benefits, but leaves specifics up to his panel.

Ten Republicans Urge Oversight Committee Chair Not to Cut Retirement Benefits for Feds

But a group of 150 House Republicans released a budget proposal calling for even steeper cuts to pay and benefits than those already on the table.

Thinking About Getting Out of Government? Here’s What You Need to Know

What midcareer employees should consider before leaving federal service.