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Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, is considering an amendment that would restrict how employees can make catch-up contributions to retirement plans when they reach age 50.

The Senate Tax Proposal Could End Feds’ Catch-Up TSP Contributions

An amendment to tax reform legislation would restrict excess contributions to 401(k), 403(b) and 457(b) retirement plans.

The EPA Is Taking Years to Resolve Discrimination and Harassment Cases

The agency is far from meeting its requirement to issue decisions within 60 days.

OPM Withdraws Proposed Rule on Health Care Premiums for Some Feds

Proposal would have required employees on unpaid leave to continuing paying monthly premiums.

Departures would be necessary under Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's reorganization plan.

State Department Confirms It Is Offering Buyouts to Entice 641 Employees to Leave

Tillerson’s controversial reorganization plan will require an 8 percent cut that cannot be reached through normal attrition.

Congressman Gerry Connolly, D-Va., supports raising civilian pay to match military a military pay increase.

Federal Employee Groups Push for Pay Parity

Congress has until Dec. 8 to approve a long-term spending package, while President Trump could raise civilian wages unilaterally before the end of 2017.

What You Need to Know About Your Health Insurance Choices

It’s that time of year again: FEHBP open season is upon us.

Kirstjen Nielsen testifies during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee hearing on her nomination to be Department of Homeland Security Secretary on Nov. 8.

Trump's Nominee for DHS Pledges Hiring Reforms, New Immigration Deportation Priorities

Kirstjen Nielsen takes a softer tone on immigration policy, says officers should follow Obama-era priorities.

Feds Are Flocking to the Same Few Health Care Plans Despite Choices

Blue Cross Blue Shield market share in FEHBP has increased substantially since 2000 despite growing competition, analysis finds.