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On the Move

Congress extended a bill to make it easier to recoup relocation costs, but agencies may be the real winners.

Internal board could spark new clash in DHS labor overhaul

Review panel will be a centerpiece of discussions when unions and department officials meet to revise labor plan.

Movement in federal IT jobs increasing, panelists say

The “golden handcuffs” perception of federal work is fading, fostering more back and forth between the civil service and the private sector.

Pentagon official optimistic about overturning labor ruling

David Chu says if Defense loses court case, the department may ask Congress for help.

TSP funds make small gains in September

International investments -- usually big earners -- perform the worst.

Congress withholds millions from DHS personnel system

This month, the department will bring 6,700 more employees under the plan, centered on market and performance-based pay.

Health Insurance Choices, Part One

The first in a three-part series on open season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program focuses on fee-for-service plans.

Grading the Grading System

A new report questions the helpfulness of five-level grading schemes that will be used to decide pay.

Senators back extending federal benefits to same-sex partners

Two Republican co-sponsors are the first to cross the aisle for the effort.

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