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Washington-Area Federal Offices Will Send Employees Home Early on Friday

D.C. offices will close at noon, ahead of anticipated blizzard.

The List: A Retirement Resources Guide

Where to go for answers to basic questions.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, one of the bill’s sponsors.

Bipartisan Bill Would Limit Administrative Leave to Five Days

Senators unveil reforms to crack down on agencies’ abuse of paid leave for federal employees under investigation.

Teleworking in the Snow, TSP Security Changes and More

A weekly roundup of federal pay and benefits news.

Relocation incentives will be one of tools agencies will have more leeway to use.

Agencies Have More Wiggle Room to Spend on 3Rs in 2016

OPM lifts four-year spending limit on recruitment, relocation and retention incentives for certain mission-critical jobs.

After Nearly Four Years, Phased Retirement Hasn't Quite Taken Off

OPM says to date it’s received 31 applications from federal employees governmentwide.

VA's Diana Rubens appears on Capitol Hill in November 2015.

Demoted VA Senior Executives Appeal Their Punishment

The Merit Systems Protection Board will render a decision on Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves in the next few weeks.

OPM: Not Every Senior Executive Is Outstanding

Agency urges federal managers to make meaningful distinctions in performance ratings and bonuses in 2016.

The Index: 2016 Edition

Your annual guide to retirement planning, organized by topic.