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Senate panel votes to give civilians higher raise than military

Appropriations bill also retains language introduced last year to limit public-private competitions.

SES ratings drop under new performance evaluation system

Average pay raise grows slightly in fiscal 2005 from previous year.

Think tank blasts TSP real estate fund proposal

Move would shift the balance of power for oversight of the federal retirement fund from the TSP board to Congress, Heritage Foundation report argues.

Are You Ready?

A report from the retirement planning session at this year’s Excellence in Government conference.

Senators take new stab at redefining law officer jobs

Expanding the definition of federal law enforcement officer would give more employees early retirement option.

A Dip in the Pay Pool

A look at how the Defense Department’s new system for setting pay raises will work.

Thousands more employees to join new Defense pay system

Unions label the announcement a political move to counter congressional efforts to eliminate funding.

OPM chief renews push for electronic pension system

Despite setback in House vote, Linda Springer says she's optimistic an electronic processing system will eventually receive funding from lawmakers.

Federal Couples

If you’re married to another federal employee, you face some specific challenges in retirement planning.

Rules of Unpaid Leave

Federal employees can continue to receive some benefits even without a paycheck.