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NASA will feature a replica of the James Webb space telescope, shown here at the Goddard Space Flight Center in a 2005 photo, during Public Service Recognition Week.

Civil service honored in week of events

Agencies to host displays on the National Mall, letting the public see what government does.

Union to file for first-ever election at GAO

Group set to submit election cards from more than half of the agency’s 1,500 analysts.

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Here’s your guide to the ins and outs of our redesigned site.

Basic Retirement Computations

Understanding the math behind computing your basic retirement benefit.

Darfur Divestment?

Members of Congress want to know if investments in the Thrift Savings Plan are helping to fund atrocities in Sudan.

House panels trim missile defense, exceed personnel requests

Subcommittee rejects administration attempt to increase fees for military retirees’ health care.

Lawmaker backs pay parity, 3.5 percent raise for 2008

Rep. Tom Davis tells appropriators that providing competitive pay for civilian and military personnel will help recruitment and retention.

Pentagon rolls out performance-based pay

Sixty-four percent of employees in first group to enter new personnel system are deemed "valued performers."

Common stocks lead April TSP earnings

International investments in the 401(k)-style plan post the strongest 12-month returns.

Senator renews push to reduce burden of pension offset

Proposal to cut penalty applied to some retirees’ Social Security benefits comes with price tag of $8.2 billion over 10 years.

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