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Office of Personnel Management Director Linda Springer defended the federal benefits package.

Lawmakers question government contribution to health premiums

Top federal personnel official argues increasing government's share isn't necessary.

Increase in dangerous posts strains Foreign Service

State Department is facing staffing and training challenges as short-term hardship assignments become more common.

Public service group promotes networking site, campus program

Site designed to lure young people to government will feature profiles of federal employees, video tours, message boards.

TSP divestiture proposals stall in committee

House Financial Services Committee holds that it does not have jurisdiction over the 401(k)-style retirement savings plan.

Best Dates to Retire 2008

Getting down to specifics on how to maximize your benefits if you’re thinking about retiring next year.

Senators propose incentives to attract public health workers

New bill would offer scholarships and loan repayments in exchange for a service commitment.

Playing Up Performance

Pay-for-performance is starting to seem inevitable, but may still be a long ways off.

House members unveil paid parental leave legislation

New bill would provide eight weeks of paid leave to all federal employees for the birth or adoption of a child.

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Other countries share U.S. government’s workforce challenges

Officials from five major countries cite two common barriers to improving their workforces: compensation and talent shortages.

House appropriators approve 3.5 percent military pay raise

The increase is equal to that recently approved by the House for civilian federal employees.