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Defense recognizes contributions of disabled employees

Sixteen civilian employees are honored for outstanding contributions to the department.

Army facility wins national quality award

Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center becomes first federal agency to receive prestigious Malcolm Baldrige award.

Furlough threat hangs above Defense employees

Move is part of the Pentagon's widespread public campaign to prod Congress to appropriate money for combat operations.

Six agencies win performance awards

Health and Human Services honored for agencywide performance and innovation.

TSP equity funds post losses for November

Every stock-based funds in the 401(k)-style retirement savings plan lost money last month.

Two Weekends Left

That’s how much time you have to consider your health, dental and vision insurance choices for next year.

Davis urges IRS to clarify tax benefit for retired safety officers

Lawmaker says agency needs to define exactly who qualifies for benefits under a 2006 law.

Limited Trading

Thrift Savings Plan participants react to new restrictions on the number of interfund transfers allotted each month.

President issues plan to limit pay raise to 3 percent next year

Alternative salary increase plan issued to prevent larger increases from automatically taking effect.

USDA's chief economist to leave post in January

Keith Collins, a 32-year career federal employee, has served in the position since 1992.

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