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Intelligence agencies to follow Defense in personnel reform

Employees at 16 agencies will work under first cross-agency system outside General Schedule.

CSRS retirees to get 3.3 percent pension bump

Retirees in the newer FERS system will receive a 2.3 percent adjustment next year.

President honors elite federal executives

Highest award comes with cash bonus of more than $35,000.

Trial that could out feds alleged to have bogus degrees delayed

Proceedings will only begin next October, because of the volume of documents involved.

Original judge in DHS labor case to keep jurisdiction

Agency officials required to give court a status report on new labor system in nine months.

TSP board mulls legislative agenda

Board may seek changes in five areas, including automatic enrollment, loan restrictions and post-tax investment options.

Health Insurance Choices, Part Three

The last in a three-part series on open season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program focuses on health maintenance organizations.

A Helping Hand

Federal employees dig deep to help co-workers pay for education and emergencies.

Salary council defers decision on changing locality pay formula

Change would mean New York, San Francisco employees would take home even more than colleagues in other cities.

Health Insurance Choices, Part Two

The second in a three-part series on open season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program focuses on high-deductible health plans.

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