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Best and Worst Rewards: Share Your Stories

Tell us about memorable rewards you’ve given or received in tight budget times, and learn from your colleagues.

OPM seeks to leverage success of dental, vision program

Enrollments far exceeded expectations, with more than 400,000 signing up for dental benefits and 300,000 for vision.

Energy Department to lift moratorium on bonuses

Spending measure enacted last week provides a clear financial outlook, allowing officials to move forward with awards.

Highest Honor

Roughly one in 1.8 million federal employees receive the government’s top award for civilian service each year.

Auditors stress importance of data security to TSP officials

Labor Department reviewers recommend continued security upgrades and better disaster recovery planning.

Short-Term Benefits

You don’t have to spend your whole career in government to reap the benefits of the federal retirement system.

Bill on retiree health insurance premiums re-emerges

Measure would let retired military and civilian federal workers pay their monthly health care premiums with pre-tax dollars.

Exit Strategy

Federal employees save more money and more time for retirement than the average American worker.

Taking Your (Sick) Leave

What happens to your unused sick leave when you leave government? It depends.

Measure seeks to permanently correct military pay inequity

New bill would allow untaxed combat pay to count as income for tax credits.

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