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Agencies boost use of hiring flexibilities

OPM reports that use of alternative approaches has gone up by almost 50 percent since 2004.

From Committee pulls purse strings to nudge services toward unified command-and-control systems

House Armed Services report also targets Future Combat Systems delays and IT staff shortage.

Millennials express strong support for public service academy

Survey shows more than half of young Americans would consider applying to proposed institution.

Defense secretary: Navy, Air Force may need to subsidize Army soon

The Army's dwindling funds could affect service members' pay, training and family support activities.

TSP posts positive returns as interfund transfers drop

Board discusses proposed reforms to the plan, including automatic enrollment and more fund offerings.

Words of Wisdom

Some advice and insight from my aunt and uncle, who have been retired from federal service for more than three decades.

Agencies invest more money in student loan repayments in 2007

Justice, Defense departments are among those making the most of the benefit.

Ticking Clock

With time running out on the Bush administration, officials are making the case for keeping up the pace on pay reform.

House Armed Services panel approves $712 billion defense package

Measure includes 3.9 percent military pay raise, half a pecentage point higher than President Bush had requested.

Intelligence community to launch pay for performance system

Employees in 10 of the 16 intelligence agencies will be evaluated and compensated based on their job performance during the next year.