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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.

A TSA officer at Los Angeles International Airport.

Senate drops effort to grant airport screeners bargaining rights

President Bush had threatened veto of 9/11 Commission bill over provision; labor unions say they will continue to push the idea.

Eligibility: Facts and Myths

Exactly when are federal employees eligible to retire?

Trials and Tribulations

How your federal health insurance stacks up if you wish to participate in a clinical trial.

CBP officer reviews travel documents for potential fraud.

Security, law enforcement workers in high demand

They make up many of the 193,000 jobs agencies must fill over the next two years, a new report says.

Original decision is "completely contrary to existing case law," says Richard Brown, president of National Federation of Federal Employees.

Unions seek full court review of Defense personnel ruling

Coalition asks appeals court to look at discrepancies between May ruling and earlier decision on DHS system.

June a slow month for TSP investments

Riskiest and most conservative funds made small gains; others lost ground.

State Department reaches settlement over personnel violation

Officials broke a law that prohibits agencies from granting unauthorized preferences or advantages to job applicants.

Deferred vs. Postponed

A primer on the differences between deferred and postponed retirement.