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Bush calls for 2.2 percent pay raise in 2007

In break with previous proposals, president seeks same increase for military service members and civilian employees.

A Great Date to Retire

Making the wrong choice about exactly when to retire could cost you thousands of dollars. Here are the best dates for 2006.

Unions devise ‘Plan B’ in Defense personnel challenge

Coalition of labor groups hires former FLRA general counsel to help develop alternative plan in case legal challenge to National Security Personnel System fails.

Traveling Light

Some federal employees can earn hundreds of dollars by traveling on the cheap.

TSP funds boast strong gains in January

Funds investing in smaller and international companies performed best.

Bush advisers send early word on 2007 pay raise

If statutory formula is followed, white-collar raise would be set at 1.7 percent.

Border agency ordered to reconsider 2005 bonuses

Union president says employees could receive millions in additional awards.

Getting Credit

Make sure you get proper credit for all of your federal service when retirement time comes around.

Feds in marine program compensated better than nonfederal counterparts

Differences in salary, annual leave and other benefits cause divisions within Commerce program’s multisector workforce.

Benefits Bills

Congress is considering acupuncture coverage, tax-free student loans and a variety of other new benefits for federal employees.

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