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Ditching Debt

A look at what current benefit programs and proposals mean for federal employees with student loan debt.

FSA Administrator Teresa Lasseter says she will take complaints "very seriously."

USDA agency launches inquiry into lobbying e-mail

Officials say they are looking into complaints that employees violated prohibitions against political activity by encouraging co-workers to oppose legislation.

Labor board rulings highlight FAA-union tensions

Board rejects FAA charge against union of technical and safety workers, but sides with agency in case brought by another union.

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House backs full collective bargaining rights at Defense

Amendment to spending bill would halt funding for the labor relations portions of the Pentagon's personnel overhaul.

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Bill would allow retirees to return with full pay

Legislation that would let retirees return for short stints in government was introduced in the Senate.

Retirement Dates: Q&A

Answers to reader questions about the best dates to retire.

Law grants whistleblower protections to transportation workers

Language giving collective bargaining rights to federal airport screeners doesn’t make it into final version of security measure.

Dorgan asked GAO to conduct the review.

Senator calls for audit of senior executive bonuses

Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., wants to know why so many are rewarded for top performance.

Hitting the Ceiling

Limits on salaries are causing employees in the top echelons of government to fall behind on pay.

TSP stock funds post losses for July

All of the stock-based funds in the 401(k)-style retirement savings plan lost money last month.