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‘Survivor:’ Federal Edition

A look at the controversial survivor annuity option.

Take Time, Give Life

Federal employees get 30 days of extra leave to serve as organ donors.

OPM finalizes rule tying bonuses to performance

Regulation contains few changes from draft version, despite concerns awards will be swayed by favoritism.

House votes to grant TSA screeners bargaining rights

White House opposes the move, arguing collective bargaining would hurt the agency’s ability to respond to terrorist threats.

Pentagon limits executives’ pay raises

Separately, officials post 2007 pay tables for employees in new personnel system.

Getting Ready

A to-do list for those who are ready to get serious about planning for retirement.

FAA boosts pay cap ceilings again

Payband system leaves some longtime employees with smaller raises than less experienced workers.

Popularity Contest

Long-term care insurance isn’t as popular as new dental and vision plans, but employees may be wise to give it a second look.

International fund outperforms other TSP options for 2006

I Fund beats the second-highest earner in the retirement plan last year by more than 10 percentage points.

Federal employee trial periods at risk, MSPB warns

Two court cases have complicated the definition of which workers qualify for probationary terms, report says.

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