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OPM projects potential locality pay rates

Percentages detailed for two different scenarios, depending on overall raise approved by Congress and the president.

CSRS retirees to get 2.3 percent pension increase in 2008

Those in the newer FERS will receive a 2 percent adjustment.

Commissioners call for streamlined vets benefits

Recommendations include assigning the Defense Department sole responsibility for performing physical exams that determine soldiers' fitness to serve.

Lawmakers urge Pentagon to hold off on new pay policy

Three House members say employees under new personnel system should get the raise they had anticipated for 2008.

TSP officials note major growth in plan

The 401(k)-style retirement program grew $6.4 billion last month, bringing investments to $231 billion.

A Little Lower

A look at retirement options for those who aren’t earning executive-level pay.

Hillary Clinton speaks Oct. 8 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Clinton’s health plan unlikely to affect feds’ premiums

But analysts say it could promote changes in drug prices and insurer transparency.

Pay Portions

Federal employees in the Washington, D.C., area may see the highest overall pay increase next year.

Mid-level hires rank government above previous employers

Federal jobs rated as better than survey respondents’ former work in 14 of 15 categories, including training and development.

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Switch to new TSP account numbers prompts concern

Some participants claim they never received or have lost the numbers necessary to complete online transactions.

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