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House blocks Pentagon labor relations system funding

Provision’s sponsors say they were responding to a February court ruling enjoining the system.

House passes $427.4 billion Defense spending bill

Measure contains 2.2 percent military pay raise, less than the 2.7 percent slated for civilian federal employees in a separate bill.

TSP tries to remain vigilant in data security

Agency moves to stop using Social Security numbers for access to accounts.

Ensuring a Healthy Retirement

It pays to know the rules about continuing your federal health insurance coverage into retirement.

Do It Yourself

Some federal employees have taken it upon themselves to jump-start inventive new benefits.

House backs 2.7 percent civilian pay raise for 2007

Bill specifically includes Defense, Homeland Security employees in the increase.

Senate bill paves way for pay-for-performance

Legislation introduced by Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, requires beefed-up performance reviews, but stops short of fully linking raises to ratings.

Privacy language urged for bill to digitize federal employee health records

Legislation would give 8 million federal workers access to free health records.

OPM to reconsider dental, vision contract bids

Move comes after Blue Cross Blue Shield lodges protest; OPM says new benefits still will be ready in time for scheduled debut in November.

Human resources consolidation project advances

OPM signals that federal shared service providers will compete with the private sector, but details have yet to be released.

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