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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.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer speaks to job fair participants Thursday.

Group proposes scholarships to fill mission-critical jobs

Recipients would be required to work for the government for two years; program would depend on funding from Congress.

Pay Raise Prospects

The process of approving a 2008 pay raise for federal employees is running smoothly, for now.

Senate appropriators back 3.5 percent civilian pay raise

Committee also approves funding for project to shift paper-based employee retirement records to an electronic system.

House backs student loan forgiveness for public servants

Bill would make it easier for college graduates with high loan debt to enter public service.

Advocacy group touts training program for federal women

Federally Employed Women to launch 38th national training program next week, expanding opportunities for women in government.

Senate panel backs 3.5 percent civilian pay raise

Move follows House passage of similar 2008 increases for both federal employees and military members.

Union suggests timetable for GAO organizing effort

GAO chief says collective bargaining would differ from that at most other agencies because employees could negotiate over pay.

OPM modifies rules for figuring certain employees' retirement benefits

Employees on workers’ compensation who hold a full-time appointment but are only able to work part time will get credit for full-time service.