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Are You Ready to Retire? A Self-Assessment

Use this online tool to find out where you stand in the planning process.

FBI Employees Cannot Use Whistleblower Retaliation as a Defense, Court Rules

FBI employee says he was fired for reporting on employees who used a government plane to solicit prostitutes.

Benefits Spared the Budget Ax

Budget resolution does not mandate retirement cuts, but future spending measures could.

House Vote Takes Federal Retirement Cuts Off the Table For Now

Federal benefit cuts could still be on the horizon through other legislative avenues.

OPM Finalizes Long-Desired Change to USPS Pensions

Agency has identified the change as key to putting the agency back on firm financial footing.

VA Secretary Asks Congress to Couple Hiring and Pay Reform With Private Care Expansion

Lawmakers generally agree on choice bill, but still must address funding offsets.

Survey: Thrift Savings Plan Participants Still Want Greater Flexibility

Nearly 90 percent of feds are satisfied with the 401(k)-style retirement savings program.

President Donald J. Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and members of the Cabinet pray prior to their Cabinet meeting in Sept.

Trump’s Bureaucracy is Nearly as White, Male, and Unequal as His Cabinet

Trump's mid-level appointees are 27 percentage points whiter and 13 points more male than the country as a whole.