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Pentagon personnel reforms on the brink of completion

Labor relations rules scheduled to be in place in less than three months.

Agency decides pay banding is not the answer

Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight switches from system with seven broad pay bands to more traditional structure with 18 pay grades.

Safety Deposit

You don’t automatically get annuity credit for military service when you retire.

Demonstration projects find success in personnel reform

Opponents argue that small-scale experiments are not applicable governmentwide.

Life After Government: Financial Advice

In the last of our series on retirement issues, Karen Rutzick reports on what you need, where to get it and how much it costs.

Playing Catch-up

Catch-up contributions give the 50-and-over crowd a backdoor to the TSP.

Life After Government: TSP Tips

It’s never too late to boost your TSP savings.

GOP group calls for cuts in federal retirees’ benefits to fund Katrina relief

Reductions in annuities, health benefits aimed at saving $5.2 billion over ten years.

Life After Government: What To Do

In the third installment of our weeklong series, Karen Rutzick looks at the many and varied post-retirement options, from consulting to antiquing.

Dental and vision insurance pushed back until December 2006

Supplemental coverage won’t be subsidized by agencies, but OPM will use large number of employees to negotiate lower costs.