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Senate moves to restrict Defense personnel overhaul

Chamber votes to repeal the Pentagon’s authority to implement controversial labor relations reforms.

Watchdog criticizes State Department foreign aid staffing

Training is inconsistent, data to track aid workers is inadequate, and some employees are overstretched, GAO says.

Staff at the Federal Correctional Complex in Pollock, La., go through riot training.

Union urges Congress to address staff shortages at prisons

Budget and staffing issues have put the security of federal correctional officers at risk, labor officials say.

Part B Or Not Part B?

That is the question when it comes to assessing how much Medicare coverage to carry into your federal retirement.

Steady funding, staffing urged for executive boards

Groups can play a key role in crisis, but support and expectations need to be clear, panelists say at hearing.

Offsetting Debt

New loan forgiveness program may be a great benefit, if you’re willing to stick around for another 10 years.

Survey: Feds less satisfied than private employees with moving services

Federal employees and military personnel may keep their belongings in storage longer, increasing the possibility of damage.

Before, only employees given one of the two top ratings could get pay increases.

TSA to modify screener pay system

Agency takes employee comments into account in altering the number of rating levels and other aspects of its pay-for-performance system.

Arbitrator rules for union in dispute with IRS

Management rights don’t outweigh the need to bargain, arbitrator finds.

Personnel chiefs grapple with workforce planning, pay systems

Measuring and managing performance -- and compensating workers based on it -- top many head human capital officers’ to-do lists.