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Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., is the author of the pension reforms.

Pension Reforms, Punishments for Porn Watchers Advance

Panel goes after official time, seeks to protect federal interns from harassment.

Should You Use Your Retirement Savings to Buy a House?

Look at the financial implications before you leap.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., unveiled the Senate version of the bill.

Group Launches Ad Campaign to Ease Firing of Federal Employees

Ads will pressure Congress to act on accountability legislation.

TSP Withdrawal Tips

Thinking through what to do with your savings when you retire.

Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., said the hiring freeze threatened services to veterans.

VA Hearing Spurs Divide Over Hiring Freeze, Bonus Abuse

VA official says there's no evidence yet of the hiring freeze hurting the department.

"The hiring freeze and [Trump's] so-called budget are sick jokes they play on American politics, until they’re not," said Rep. Joe Crowley, D-N.Y.

NTEU Leaders: It’s Time to ‘Rally for Your Jobs, Your Benefits, Your Country’

Three-day legislative confab will center on countering threats to federal employees' livelihoods as well as cuts to taxpayer services.

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney speaks to reporters Monday. Lawmakers will have a hard time enacting the cuts proposed by Mulvaney and Trump, observer predicts.

Trump’s Budget Cuts Could Lead to Federal Employee Layoffs, Furloughs

Americans would also likely feel the impacts of service cuts or delays.

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