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Employees in U.S. Virgin Islands to get cost-of-living bump

Workers in Puerto Rico and some areas of Alaska may be headed for further decreases, but rates will remain the same for now.

Continuing Coverage

Union leader says the government should consider letting dependent children stay on federal employee health insurance until age 25.

About 30 people attended the rally Wednesday.

Union members rally against labor relations official

Some NLRB employees say general counsel has violated labor law by refusing to work with a consolidated bargaining unit.

Security clearance challenges defy easy fixes

During a six-month period ending in March, the government took an average of 208 days to issue secret and confidential clearances and 276 days to grant top-secret ones.

Feeling Special

Some special groups of federal employees are covered by unique retirement rules and restrictions.

The International Space Station orbits the Earth.

NASA urged to consider morale in reshaping workforce

Retirement of the space shuttle and ensuing shift in mission will create substantial challenges, GAO cautions.

Ditching Debt

A look at what current benefit programs and proposals mean for federal employees with student loan debt.

FSA Administrator Teresa Lasseter says she will take complaints "very seriously."

USDA agency launches inquiry into lobbying e-mail

Officials say they are looking into complaints that employees violated prohibitions against political activity by encouraging co-workers to oppose legislation.

Labor board rulings highlight FAA-union tensions

Board rejects FAA charge against union of technical and safety workers, but sides with agency in case brought by another union.

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House backs full collective bargaining rights at Defense

Amendment to spending bill would halt funding for the labor relations portions of the Pentagon's personnel overhaul.