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Ruling expands veterans' access to federal jobs

Merit board directs State Department to lift maximum entry age requirement for preference-eligible veterans who want to become special agents.

OPM director to resign

Linda Springer will step down next month; deputy director Howard Weizmann will fill in as acting director.

Surveys show federal managers face major hurdles trying to do their jobs

Most respondents say government is less capable now than in the past.

Mail Call, Part Two

More answers to your questions about calculating your benefits.

Postal Service starts discussions on early retirement offers

The agency is required to consult with unions before it can finalize the details of the offers, which it expects to extend to at least 20,000 employees.

Playing Catch Up

The federal government would do well to follow the private sector’s lead on benefits for same-sex partners.

Lawmakers question Thrift Savings Plan investment strategy

Some call for active rather than passive fund management.

Senate appropriators pass 3.9 percent civilian pay hike

Figure is more generous than the raise proposed by Bush, but matches that approved by the House Appropriations Committee.

Democrats: Medicare physician pay cuts could hurt Tricare

Tricare reimbursement rates are linked to those for Medicare, meaning the proposed 10.6 percent cut could affect service to soldiers and veterans.