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Lawmakers Ask Trump to Give Civilian Feds the Same 2018 Pay Raise as the Military

A bipartisan letter calls for pay parity to match the 2.4 percent increase that members of the military could receive.

A sign posted at Mount Rainier National Park during the 2013 government shutdown alerts visitors to its closure.

Agencies Begin Posting Their Shutdown Furlough Plans

White House officials warned agencies they should begin preparing for a lapse in appropriations.

Deal to Push Back Shutdown Deadline Faces Uncertain Prospects

Democrats and Tea Party members are still considering whether to support a two-week CR.

Most TSP Funds Gained Ground in November

The F Fund was the sole loser among federal retirement portfolios last month.

Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., said the proposal would make it easier to ensure that the federal government is a haven for only the best and brightest public servants.

House Narrowly Passes Bill to Extend Feds’ Probationary Period

Largest federal employee union blasts plan to delay new workers' due process protections.

5 Year-End Money Saving Tips

Some benefits-related advice as we head toward 2018.

TSP Officials to Continue Studying a Potential Change in How Lifecycle Funds Are Invested

Proposed shift could offer increased returns, at a greater risk.

Congress Returns With Less Than Two Weeks to Avoid a Shutdown

Diverging spending priorities could jeopardize Congress’ ability to meet a Dec. 8 deadline to keep agencies open.