The last in a three-part series on open season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program focuses on health maintenance organizations.
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Federal employees dig deep to help co-workers pay for education and emergencies.
Change would mean New York, San Francisco employees would take home even more than colleagues in other cities.
The second in a three-part series on open season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program focuses on high-deductible health plans.
Congress extended a bill to make it easier to recoup relocation costs, but agencies may be the real winners.
Review panel will be a centerpiece of discussions when unions and department officials meet to revise labor plan.
The “golden handcuffs” perception of federal work is fading, fostering more back and forth between the civil service and the private sector.
David Chu says if Defense loses court case, the department may ask Congress for help.
International investments -- usually big earners -- perform the worst.
This month, the department will bring 6,700 more employees under the plan, centered on market and performance-based pay.