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Library of Congress undergoing workforce transformation

Nearly 200 employees take advantage of a voluntary incentive to retire early, as library prepares to digitally preserve its collection.

CBP continues streamlined process for awarding bonuses

Agency is sticking with its policy until it hears from the Federal Labor Relations Authority on an appeal of an arbitrator’s decision.

OPM announces cost-of-living changes

Employees in Alaska, Puerto Rico protest comparison to Washington, D.C., to arrive at changes in salary supplements.

The Long Haul: Part Three

A look at specific factors involved in choosing a long-term care insurance policy.

DHS will not seek full appeals court review of labor decision

Department is still weighing whether to ask the Supreme Court to overturn decision rejecting key elements of its new personnel system.

Borrowing From Yourself

You can get a low-interest loan from your Thrift Savings Plan account, but you might pay the price in retirement savings.

OPM replaces head of electronic pension system project

The FAA’s Thomas O’Keefe steps in as the last contract is being awarded and the system gets going.

Foreign Service recruiting effort undercut by wartime demands

Many mid-level positions in hardship locations are filled by junior officers with limited experience.

The Long Haul: Part Two

The second in a series on long-term care insurance focuses on whether you need to purchase a policy.

Report: Federal pay, benefits double private sector's

New numbers don’t account for higher education of federal employees, and fail to evaluate comparable jobs, critics say.