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GAO: Federal workers’ compensation program mismanaged millions of dollars

Report says Labor’s poor management resulted in $13.3 million in improper payments in 2006.

Performance Pay Perils

A salary system for career executives might not be the model many had hoped it would be.

TSA extends whistleblower protections

Unions say agreement with Merit Systems Protection Board doesn’t go far enough.

Agencies urged to avoid generational stereotypes

Generation Y includes more than selfish slackers, officials at conference are told.

OPM launches electronic retirement system

Agency aims to improve quality of services to more than 3 million active federal employees.

Facing Disability

How your benefits and retirement can be affected if you become sick or injured.

Generation Gap

Don’t let stereotypes about young and older workers lead to flawed pay and benefits policy.

Employees in the dark on telework policies

New study says one of out three federal employees is ignorant of their agency’s telework policy.

Court dismisses Homeland Security labor relations case

Move ends protracted fight over collective bargaining rights.

Officers say military weakened, not broken, by Iraq and Afghanistan

Three out of five think the military is not as strong as it was five years ago, according to new survey.

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