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Pay Day

Federal employees could see a bigger salary boost if Congress ensures pay parity between military service members and civilian employees during the next few years.

Senator accuses FBI of retaliation against whistleblowers

Iowa Republican cited two cases of veteran FBI agents who were transferred to lesser jobs and became targets of internal probes.

Lawmakers push for more diversity at Homeland Security

Department has strong Hispanic representation, but racial clashes among workers continue.

OPM calls for end to pension penalty for rehired retirees

Union and lawmakers express concerns that new hiring authorities could be subject to abuse.

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.