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"Enough is enough! Millions of workers who are trying to put bread on the table and working 40 hours a week should not be living in poverty," said Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.

Federal Hourly-Rate Contract Workers Ask Obama for a Bigger Pay Raise

Two lawmakers endorse rally portraying government as largest poverty-wage employer.

House Approves Tax Deal That Would Retroactively Boost Mass Transit Benefits

Bill would allow feds to claim a $250 monthly benefit for 2014.

New Health Benefit Offering Could Drive Some Feds Out of the Program

OPM says self plus one, available in 2016, will likely decrease costs for some while raising them for others.

Military Pay Raise Set For 1 Percent

Congress expects to pass the fiscal 2015 Defense authorization bill before the end of next week.

Rethinking Federal Pay Should Be a Promise, Not a Threat

25 years after the pay comparability act, the GS system is still an impediment.

A Primer on Pay and Benefits During a Shutdown

Congress must act soon to keep the government open past Dec. 11.

TSP Sees Across-the-Board Gains for First Time in Five Months

Every offering in the retirement plan experienced modest growth in November.

Obama Threatens Veto Over Tax Deal Including a Bigger Mass Transit Benefit

White House raises concerns over other provisions that support corporate interests.

Agencies Do Not Have to Grant Special Paid Leave to Feds Exposed to Ebola

OPM, however, recommends they provide civilian workers quarantined because of their job some excused absence.