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Report: Relocation companies could cut costs of employee moves

Agencies could save $60 million by contracting with relocation management companies to help with sales of employees’ homes.

Pentagon offers new reservist health benefits

For every 90 days of active-duty service, Guard and Reserve personnel will be eligible for a year of Tricare coverage, if they continuing serving in the reserves.

Class Action Complaint

A group of FAA employees have formally filed age-discrimination complaint, but leader not hopeful for reconciliation.

Senior federal employees get additional leave

Another facet of the 2004 Federal Workforce Flexibility Act has been codified with regulations from OPM.

Senator calls for privacy protections in health benefits program

Democrat says he is worried about privacy as the FEHBP system adopts new technologies.

Changes in travel comp time regulations unlikely

Experts say there are few obstacles to issuance of final rules on providing compensatory time off for federal employees' business travel.

Foreign Service officers eligible for travel comp time

Office of Personnel Management originally indicated that Foreign Service members would not be eligible under new regulations.

Bush picks former OMB controller to head OPM

Linda Springer would be the administration’s lead official on human resources issues.

Performance Pay Push

The federal government is spending more money on performance bonuses.

GAO says reservists experiencing travel reimbursement problems

Pentagon officials said difficulties are being addressed, and will be ultimately solved by the Defense Travel System.