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Advocate for federal employees wins House leadership post

Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., is a steadfast supporter of civil servants and their causes, including military-civilian pay parity.

Energy officials postpone employee bonuses, awards

Payments must wait until Congress sorts out the department's fiscal 2007 appropriations, they say.

Retirement Custodians

The new Democratic Congress has the power to influence federal retirement benefits, for better or for worse.

Federal Kids

On-site child care makes life more convenient, if not more affordable.

Federal recruiters told to aim young

Energy Department official floats the idea of something like a GI Bill for federal scientists.

Dems take control of House, changing oversight dynamics

Democrats likely to set more proactive agenda on federal employee issues, increase scrutiny of executive branch operations.

Market research firm rates vision plans

One federal option earns J.D. Power & Associates' highest ranking for customer satisfaction.

Best Dates to Retire 2007

Thinking about ending your federal career next year? Make sure you pick the best date, or you could cost yourself thousands of dollars.

Defense unit pitches executive performance management software

About 90 senior executives at acquisition training facility will be taught the program by the end of the year.

Thrifty and Nifty

Check in on TSP returns, new contribution limits and some Web sites that aim to help you earn more.