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Feds need more respect, better benefits, says congressman

Maryland Democrat tells union members that federal workforce is at the forefront of change in policy, labor.

Retirement Track

The Office of Personnel Management wants to give federal employees more resources to plan for retirement.

Nonprofit launches leadership institute for federal managers

Partnership for Public Service says seven-month program will address inadequate management skills.

House revisits paid leave for federal parents

Legislation would provide feds with eight weeks of leave for the birth or adoption of a child.

House committee calls for military-civilian pay parity

Budget Committee passes resolution supporting equal pay for federal employees and military personnel in 2009.

Homeland Security, union officials honor fallen customs officers

Over the past 200 years, 111 officers in the Customs, Immigration and Agriculture Inspection Services have died on the job.

Union calls for 3.9 percent federal pay increase in 2009

NTEU also will push to increase government’s share of health insurance premiums, among other legislative priorities.

Riskier TSP funds post losses for February

Least risky funds lead the pack for monthly and yearly earnings.

Clinton supports bill to ban use of State Department private security contractors

Democratic presidential hopeful wants diplomatic security in Iraq and Afghanistan handled by federal personnel.

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