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IRS seeks strategy to recruit, retain employees

Oversight board projects agency will lose about 4,000 employees a year over the next four years.

Alberto Gonzales walks away from the podium after delivering his statement of resignation Monday.

Employee groups praise Gonzales -- for leaving

Representatives of Justice Department employees say move is first step to shoring up low morale.

D-I-V-O-R-C-E

How splitting up with your spouse can affect your retirement benefits.

OPM proposes new rules for electronic retirement system

Federal employees would be able to submit signatures, retirement forms and other records online.

Benefits Bills

A look at how your federal pay and benefits could change when Congress returns from its August recess.

Blakey testifies before a Senate Commerce Committee last year.

FAA administrator to head trade group when term expires

Marion Blakey will take over at the Aerospace Industries Association in November.

OPM unveils technology to speed security clearance processing

If pilot is successful, all agencies could begin receiving background check files electronically by Oct. 1.

Officials to shore up TSP against transaction influxes

Recent stock market dips trigger officials to assess the retirement plan's capacity to handle increased activity.

Feeling Special: Q&A

Answers to your questions on special retirement provisions for law enforcement officers and others.

Employees in U.S. Virgin Islands to get cost-of-living bump

Workers in Puerto Rico and some areas of Alaska may be headed for further decreases, but rates will remain the same for now.

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