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The Importance of Accurate Information

In some federal agencies, retirement specialists aren’t getting the training they need to effectively help employees.

Lawmaker: Tie Feds' Pay to U.S. Economic Performance So They Have 'Skin in the Game'

Republican congressman says federal employees lack incentives to improve economy.

Self-Plus-One Premiums Won’t Be Higher Than Family Coverage Option

OPM tells federal health benefits providers that yet-to-be-determined 2016 premiums for the new option will be capped.

Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., led Senate Republicans in releasing their budget blueprint.

Senate Republicans Go After Federal Retirement Benefits, Too

Chamber’s budget blueprint calls for $170 billion in savings through the federal workforce to make government employment resemble the private sector.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo. (above), along with Sens. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., and Deb Fischer, R-Neb., reintroduced the Stop Wasteful Federal Bonuses Act on March 16.

Bill Would Ban Misbehaving Feds From Getting Bonuses

Bipartisan legislation also includes a provision requiring employees to repay bonuses received if they’ve done something wrong.

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., is no longer chairman of the Budget Committee, but the cuts to federal workers' benefits in his past proposals might live on.

Will Republicans Target Feds With a Return to the Ryan Budget?

GOP promises next week’s proposals will balance the budget, which could spell bad news for feds.

Sharon Helman, the former career senior executive who ran VA’s Phoenix health care system when the scandal over falsifying wait lists erupted.

Judge Tells VA to Repay Former Senior Exec’s Bonus

Sharon Helman, the career employee at the center of the VA scandal, successfully petitioned court to recoup performance award -- for now.

A Critical Part of Planning, By Any Estimation

It’s important that agencies provide retirement estimates to employees.