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Job satisfaction increasing at financial regulatory agency

Employees at the Securities and Exchange Commission are growing happier with compensation and work-life balance, GAO study shows.

Faith-based health insurance plan generates controversy

Months after it was announced, pro-choice and pro-life groups raise their voices about a faith-based offering in FEHBP.

Thrift Roundup

Thrift Savings Plan officials are proud about cutting costs for participants, and other news from a Tuesday meeting.

Union distributes pamphlet with negative reactions to performance pay

Group hopes move will convince legislators to oppose Pentagon’s performance pay system plans.

With new fees, TSP loans decline

Thrift Savings Plan chief says he’s “pleased” to see drop in number of loans taken out by federal employees.

Open season for federal health insurance begins

Federal employees in several states must choose a new carrier before Dec. 13.

Pay Parity Peril

Could the Republican victories in Tuesday’s election endanger military-civilian pay parity?

Agencies get new personnel flexibilities

Under Workforce Flexibility Act, some reforms go into effect immediately; others won’t take effect for several months.

Federal workers get three-hour window to vote

Excused absences for voting purposes rarely needed due to polling locations’ extended times, OPM says.