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Homeland Security launches graduate academy

The 18-month program is free, but students must complete two years of service at their agencies upon graduation.

Retirement Checklist

The five things you should do before you retire from government.

Panel votes to return inspectors to Agriculture Department

Bush administration adamantly opposes proposal to take inspectors out of Homeland Security Department.

Firm outlines steps to successful workforce reforms

Agencies implementing pay for performance need to focus more on how to handle subpar workers, consultant says.

Survey finds increased satisfaction with federal benefit programs

The Thrift Savings Plan, employee and retiree health benefits and retirement annuities fare the best.

Duty Calls

A look at the rules on pay and time off for jury duty.

Appropriators block funding for DHS personnel reforms

Congress approved $20 million for the overhaul for fiscal 2007; Bush administration has requested $15 million for next year.

Auditors question Pentagon projections for health care savings

Increasing TRICARE enrollment fees and deductibles is unlikely to achieve the $9.8 billion in savings Defense expects, GAO finds.

House panel backs 3.5 percent civilian pay raise

Move echoes approval of similar increase for military service members.

Riskier TSP funds bring greatest gains for May

Fund made up of fixed-income bonds was the only option to lose ground.

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