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"Federal employee health and retirement benefits continue to be based on antiquated assumptions and require a level of generosity long since abandoned by most of the private sector,” said White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

White House Throws Weight Behind Cutting Feds’ Retirement, Health Benefits

Federal employees’ compensation package is "antiquated" and "unsustainable," spokesman says.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer referred to a recent "dramatic expansion of the federal workforce" in a press conference.

Trump’s White House Cited a Nonexistent Reason for Freezing Federal Hiring

The "dramatic expansion" in US government employment targeted by Trump never actually happened.

President Trump signs executive orders in the Oval Office on Monday.

Trump Signs Order to Freeze Federal Hiring

President does not elaborate on policy, other than to say military would be exempt.

So You Want to Retire Overseas

Advice for those looking to spend their golden years outside the United States.

Federal Jobs, Hiring, Firing and More

A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.

OPM’s Guidance on Firing Bad Employees Will Remind You That It’s Complicated

Agencies need to make better use of the probationary period, when workers have less recourse to dispute disciplinary actions.

OPM: FEHBP Carriers Should Focus on Rising Prescription Drug Use and Costs

Agency’s annual call letter said escalating drug prices ate up more than a quarter of the FEHBP health care budget in 2015.

The Index: 2017 Edition

Your annual guide to retirement planning, organized by topic.

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