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Paybanding Evolution

New regulations give IRS supervisors more and more flexibility to set pay, as long as it’s not according to the General Schedule.

Lawsuit seeks Sunday pay differential for part-timers

Regulation limiting bonus pay to full-time workers violates Congress' intent, labor union argues.

No time off for travel on holidays, OPM says

Agency issues final regulations clarifying rules on compensatory time for travel.

TSP to assess capacity to handle stock market plunges

After a major market dip in late February, officials want to ensure they are prepared to handle a flood of transactions.

DHS urged to shift bonus money from execs to employees

House committee Democrats give the department a failing grade for employee morale.

TSP Withdrawal Quiz

A short series of questions to help you through the process of assessing the options for withdrawing funds from your Thrift Savings Plan account.

Pay Ploy?

A new analysis tests the idea that alternate pay systems are a tactic to decrease pay.

OPM strengthens health savings accounts benefit

By the beginning of 2008, eligible employees will be able to make pre-tax contributions.

TSP board awards contract for forms processing

In a $16 million deal, SI International will help process paper transactions faster.

Life Expectancy vs. Life Annuity

A closer look at the options for geting monthly payments from your Thrift Savings Plan account.

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