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TSP officials see ‘huge growth’ in plan

Total investments could top $300 billion in three years; most TSP funds post gains in January.

Bush seeks 3 percent federal pay raise for 2008

Proposal would grant the same raise to civilians and military members, marking the second consecutive year of parity.

Administration seeks to trim retiree health subsidies

Under budget proposal, new retirees with fewer than 10 years of federal service would have to shoulder a larger burden of premium costs.

Supplementary Information

Answers to reader questions about last week’s column on the FERS supplementary benefit.

Spending bill trims $5 million more from DHS personnel system

Labor union official praises additional cuts and says the money would be better spent on new hires and training.

Free Advice

How to get free financial tips from your federal colleagues.

OPM releases agency-specific results of workforce survey

Small agencies with a narrow focus tended to rate better, but some larger agencies made it onto top 10 lists.

New spending measure could ease funding of pay raises

Under proposed joint resolution, agencies would get adjustments to cover half the cost of the raise.

OPM urged to beef up training on personnel reforms

Lead personnel agency also should provide a better forum for agencies to learn from problems and successes, GAO says.

Supplementing FERS

If you’re looking to retire a little early, you may be eligible for a supplemental benefit to tide you over until Social Security kicks in.

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