What happens when you retire, but then are enticed to return to the civil service?
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Top official sees heavier caseload ahead with retirements, tight budgets, pay for performance and potential expansion of whistleblower rights.
New study shows workers with security clearances earn about 25 percent more than their noncleared counterparts.
More generous pay hike would help close the gap between public and private sector salaries, union president argues.
What happens to your retirement benefits when you have to leave your civilian federal job for active-duty military service?
Can federal employees trust top officials' promises that they won't be denied salary increases in performance-based pay systems?
OMB’s plan to consolidate IT infrastructure gets little fanfare in fiscal 2008 budget.
Most of the department’s computer system infrastructure has been outsourced; costs have fallen 20 percent.
The second of a two-part series looks at the details of factoring part-time service into federal retirement benefits calculations.
Compensation may not be the strongest motivation for doing good work, observers say.