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Pushing Parental Leave

The idea of granting paid leave to new parents is gaining traction on Capitol Hill.

Pay reform, recruiting cited as top personnel challenges

Officials caution against implementing a "one-size-fits-all" approach.

GAO, union reach agreement to hold election

Agency affirms the eligibility of certain employees to organize in exchange for the withdrawal of an unfair labor practice charge.

Court extends deadline for DHS decision on labor rules

Department now has until Jan. 17, 2008, to decide whether it will rewrite or drop proposed rules.

Report: Defense underestimated cost of personnel overhaul

Some indirect costs, such as those for administrative services, were not taken into account, auditors say.

House members weigh alternate paths to TSA bargaining rights

Texas Democrat says if bargaining language doesn’t make it into massive homeland security measure, she may introduce separate legislation.

TSP urges Congress to back two legislative proposals

Plan officials have sent requests for automatic enrollment and a change in the default fund to Capitol Hill, but immediate action is unlikely.

People line up outside the U.S. Passport Office in Washington.

House backs bill to boost hiring for passport processing

Measure would allow State Department to rehire retirees to help with influx of applications.

The TSP’s Future -- and Yours

A discussion with the head of the Thrift Savings Plan.

Special counsel takes heat for personal e-mail use

Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., chides Office of Special Counsel chief Scott Bloch for offering commentary on work issues using a personal account.