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OPM adds substance abuse services to federal health plan

Most employees’ insurance will cover a medical procedure that screens for alcohol and drug abuse.

OPM increases leave cap for senior Defense employees

Executives can carry over 90 days, on par with Senior Executive Service rule.

Panel approves bill to restore back raises to GAO employees

Legislation would offer lump sum to analysts who were denied salary increases under new pay system.

Delayed Gratification

For many newly retired feds, the wait for that first full retirement check is long and painful.

Diversity lacking among agencies' senior ranks, say lawmakers

The number of African-American men in the Senior Executive Service has decreased over the past seven years, according to GAO.

OPM touts success of new electronic retirement system

Under RetireEZ, 34 retirees received an accurate annuity payment within 30 days, agency says.

IT security concerns slow telework adoption

Private sector moves ahead of federal government in security measures and technical support.

Imperfect Performance

Despite flawed programs and numerous failures, the U.S. is still ahead of the curve in measuring the effectiveness of government.

Panel concludes Reserves need greater job flexibility, career choices

Pentagon’s personnel policies do not account for new realities as a result of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

FAA, controllers union to test system for safety reporting

Plan would protect air traffic controllers from retaliation for raising concerns.