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Who Is Most Likely to Leave Government During the First Year of a New Administration?

One in 10 senior executives depart during that time period, research finds.

President Trump speaks to airline executives on Thursday.

White House Floats Federal Employee Pay Reform, Privatization in Name of Innovation

Trump administration promises governmentwide review to spend taxpayer dollars more prudently.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., is aiming to draft comprehensive civil service reforms.

Senate Overseer Promises Reforms to Federal Pay, Performance Management and Discipline

Hearing elicits bipartisan criticism of hiring freeze, praise for federal workforce.

The Office of Personnel Management building in Washington is shown in 2015.

The Real-Life Consequences of the Federal Hiring Freeze

Donald Trump’s late January order to halt government hiring has produced stress, anxiety, and confusion for current employees and those wishing to join them.

Don't Make These Common Mistakes

Three errors will cost you more than your pride after you retire.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, has promised sweeping reforms to feds' retirement benefits and job security.

Chaffetz Discusses Civil Service and Benefits Reforms With Trump at White House

Oversight chairman meets with the president at the White House's request.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (left) joins Donald Trump at a meeting with small business leaders during the presidential campaign.

Trump Administration Reportedly Considering Federal Union Busting, Civil Service Reforms

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he discussed the issues with Mike Pence at the White House.

Pay Raise Considerations

The 2017 increase is in effect. Have you considered boosting your retirement savings?

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