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Pentagon may seek an extension of labor relations deadline

Lengthy regulation development process, and delays caused by court case, may mean more time is needed, deputy secretary says.

Federal health premiums to rise only slightly

OPM draws on reserve funds to keep costs down, in a move a union official says helps the government more than employees.

Senior execs pan performance pay system

Half of respondents to a survey said their agencies are using quota systems to distribute ratings, despite a prohibition.

Cost of running TSP lower than anticipated

Decreases in operating budget are not coming at the expense of services, officials say.

Life Insurance Options, Part One

The first in a two-part series on the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance program.

Of Sound Mind

Federal plans take the lead in providing mental health coverage.

VA responds to low certification test grades with more training

Union blames veterans service representatives’ poor exam performance on inadequate help with preparation.

Navy civilian benefits Web site remains offline

Unspecified technical difficulties have disabled the Employee Benefits Information System.

Federal employees’ job tenure on the decline

Private sector workers staying longer on the job, but median stay is more than six years shorter than that for feds.

COLA Wars

The difference between getting a full cost-of-living-allowance and the “diet” version.

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