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Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., said: "There are reasonable people currently negotiating."

Government Won’t Shut Down Again, Says Lawmaker

Maryland senator tells federal employees Congress will come up with a budget deal before December deadline.

The White House and Congressional Republicans Are Nearing a Budget Deal to Avoid Shutdown

Boehner is eager to get an agreement on spending and the debt ceiling before he leaves office.

Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Va, introduced the bill.

Feds Would Pay More Toward Pensions Under Proposal

Bill that would ease pain of sequestration also would require many federal employees to contribute 4.4 percent of pay to retirement benefits.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said: “It is astounding that employees who should have been prosecuted, fired, or at a minimum, severely disciplined for their misconduct, were instead given undeserved promotions and bonuses."

DEA Paid Bonuses to Employees With Records of Sexual Harassment, Other Misconduct

Justice watchdog details $5,000 awarded to official reprimanded for yelling, porn-watching.

Agencies Should Pay More to Get Feds to Work in Undesirable Locations, Lawmakers Say

Administration officials agreed agencies are underutilizing incentive-based tools.

Open Season Trick or Treat

It’s time to take a close look at your healthcare expenses for 2015 and consider ways to lower them in 2016.

Obama Vetoes Bill Affecting Troop Pay and Benefits

The legislation includes a 1.3 percent pay raise in 2016 for service members and changes to the military retirement system.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., said he did not reach the decision to issue subpoenas lightly.

VA Senior Execs Subpoenaed To Testify Over Pay Raises, Relocation Benefits

Watchdog concluded department officials inappropriately used authorities to get around pay freeze.

Grassley gave DHS until Nov. 2 to respond to further questions.

Senator Wants More Details on 88 Feds Paid to Sit Home for More Than a Year

Homeland Security Department hasn’t provided adequate answers on its use of paid administrative leave, Grassley says.