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House votes to include feds in student loan repayment program

Bill would remove burden from individual agencies to find money for the benefit.

First entrants to NSPS eligible for one-time pay bump

Buy-in will be the last within-grade increase seen by employees moving to the Pentagon's new personnel system in April.

Bush team may drop labor part of civil service overhaul

Move to focus proposed legislation on pay for performance could avoid lawsuits similar to ones hindering efforts at Defense, DHS.

Withdrawal Options

What should you do with the money in your TSP account when you retire?

No Need for Part D

OPM says most federal retirees don't need to sign up for new Medicare prescription drug coverage.

TSP officials say few plan members fell for ‘phishing’ scam

Grammatical errors in phony e-mail asking participants to divulge personal information aroused suspicion.

Really, You Can Retire!

Responses to reader feedback on projecting your post-retirement income.

Long-Term Leaders

Lawmakers are intrigued by government’s success in convincing federal employees to sign up for long-term care insurance.

Panel weighs proposal to digitize federal employee health records

Effort would be funded through an OPM account and eventual savings from technology; premiums would not rise.

Labor relations ruling threatens Pentagon’s personnel reforms

While not directly addressing pay reforms, decision complicates rollout of National Security Personnel System.