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Retirement Claims Backlog Inches Back Up

OPM gets more applications than it expected in July.

Feds Who Worked During Shutdown Could Still Receive Bonus Pay

First ruling in shutdown lawsuit is mostly favorable for those forced to work.

Court Says Black Secret Service Agents Can Sue Government as a Group

The 14-year-old discrimination lawsuit alleges that African-American agents were consistently denied promotions despite their qualifications.

U.S. Army troops patrol for possible improvised explosive devices after clearing a building Kandarou, Afghanistan, in 2009.

The Army Will Lay Off 500 Majors This Month

The service will cut more than 40,000 positions in the next four years.

Retirement Savings Funds Hit a Slump in July

All but one of the TSP’s offerings ended the month in the red.

Deja Vu? Pentagon at Odds With Union on Its Second Attempt at Civilian Personnel Reform

Union feels 'duped' and 'boxed out' of the process for creating a new system.

Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Md., introduced the bill.

Bill Would Repeal Recent Pension Contribution Hikes

Legislation would reset all feds to pre-2013 contribution level.

Can You Count On Social Security?

It seems like we’ve been hearing dire predictions about its future forever.

Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James and service Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh  spoke to reporters Wednesday.

Air Force Defends Shielding Nuclear Force from Service Cutbacks

Deborah Lee James said it was necessary to have "full manning in our nuclear positions."

OPM Encourages D.C.-Area Feds to Telework During Africa Summit Next Week

Aug. 4-6 event moves forward despite Ebola outbreak; is expected to cause major traffic disruptions.