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The Secret Service is working with New York City police on a plan to keep Trump secure when he stays in his Manhattan home.

Congress Looks to Ensure Secret Service Agents Receive Earned Overtime Pay

A pay cap during the busy election season is among many problems at the agency.

TRICARE Bid Protests Denied

The government’s watchdog found no reason to sustain challenges to a pair of lucrative Defense contracts to deliver military health care.

Will the Election End Eight Years of the White House Championing Workplace Diversity and Inclusion?

Trump can do more than just influence employer attitudes. As president, he'll appoint the chair of the EEOC.

Some Federal Retirees Will Have to Pay More Than Others For Medicare Part B Next Year

The lack of a robust Social Security COLA means some CSRS retirees will have to pay $8 more per month in 2017 in premiums.

Union Argues Court Should Not Grant OPM’s Motion to Dismiss Hack Lawsuit

In one of two major breach lawsuits, NTEU says government violated hacked feds’ constitutional rights.

Marine Cap. Lawrence Seilert, left, and Staff Sgt. David Harper watch jets flying the missing man formation aerial salute during a Veteran's Day parade in Dallas.

Veterans Remain Roughly One-Third of Federal Workforce

The government hired more vets in fiscal 2015 than in fiscal 2014, but the rate as a percentage of the whole stayed the same because it hired more people overall.

Money-Saving Medicare Tips

Questions and answers about FEHBP and Medicare plans in retirement.

What a Trump Victory Means For Your Retirement

A Donald Trump presidency is going to have some implications for your financial portfolio.

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