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OPM refines standards for reductions in force

Agencies will be able to separate out workers in pay-for-performance systems when downsizing.

Telework becomes more attractive as quality-of-life concerns spike

As fuel prices, traffic and pollution peak, managers are becoming more open to letting employees work from home.

Best Dates to Retire: Tax Considerations

Tax tips on clarifying your choice for the best time to call it a career.

A Sick Leave Remedy

Employees in a newer retirement system could soon have an incentive to think twice before calling in sick.

Senators try a new tactic to reopen FAA’s negotiations with controllers

Bipartisan legislation would restore requirements for mediation and arbitration in contract disputes.

Judge: FAA owes air traffic controllers overtime pay

Agency substituted compensation time and credit hours for money.

TSP launches custom user ID option

Feature is designed to replace assigned account numbers that sparked concern among participants last fall.

Federal employee groups, nonprofits cautiously optimistic about OPM nominee

Michael Hager has personnel experience in the public and private sectors -- and bipartisan good will.


Military retirement system should be overhauled, quadrennial review board says

Changes in benefits and incentives for attracting health care workers also are recommended.

Senate passes bill to restore back pay to GAO employees

Legislation would offer lump sum to analysts who were denied salary increases under new pay system.