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The Index: 2018 Edition

The annual guide, by subject, to critical federal retirement information.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., promised the latest stopgap measure would be free of policy riders.

Congress Likely to Consider Another Short-Term Funding Measure

House majority leader: Even if both parties reach a budget agreement before the Jan. 19 shutdown deadline, lawmakers will need additional time to craft a new bill.

It's Unclear Whether Federal Prisons' Use of Employee Retention Incentives Is Working

Bureau of Prisons takes a short-term view with the incentive program and has flawed methods for assessing its effectiveness, watchdog finds.

OPM Redoubles Retirement Processing Efforts Ahead of January Surge

Last month the backlog reached its lowest point since June.

USPS Offers Early Retirement to 26,000 Employees

Postal Service looks to shed staff after slowly adding workers for four years.

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said Trump is risking a shutdown with his demands.

No. 2 Senate Democrat Threatens Shutdown Over Immigration Issues

Durbin: White House proposal for $18 billion in wall funding is "outrageous."

As New Deadline Looms, 25K Feds Await Court-Ordered Payout From Last Shutdown

Government, plaintiffs still sorting out exact amounts in liquidated damages.

The Most Common Question About Federal Retirement

What was on the minds of readers more than anything else in 2017.