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The Top 5 Most and Least Generous Agencies for Senior Executive Bonuses

Justice SESers received the highest average individual award ($14,748) in fiscal 2015, while GSA senior executives received the lowest on average ($8,823).

One Way to Ensure Equal Pay for Men and Women

The private sector doesn’t compensate women fairly. Can it learn anything from the federal hiring process?

71 Percent of Career Senior Executives Received Bonuses in Fiscal 2015

The average individual performance award across government was $10,742, according to new data from OPM.

TSP Funds Have a Red October

The stable but low-growth G Fund was the only offering to post positive returns last month.

As Many as 150K OPM Hack Victims Must Re-Enroll to Keep Protection Services

OPM is switching benefit providers after initial contract expires.

VA Awarded More Than $177 Million in Fiscal 2015 Bonuses

The average individual performance award for senior executives was around $10,000.

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Federal Employees in Two Cities in Line for Bigger Pay Raises

Feds in San Antonio and Birmingham would receive a locality pay boost under proposal approved by salary council.

Every Day, 24K Federal Retirees Reach a Busy Signal on OPM's Toll-Free Line

Callers often reach busy signals or are ignored, report finds.

Tricks and Treats in Retirement

Sometimes the system brings pleasant surprises, and other times unwelcome news.

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