OPM unveiled new features of the long-term care insurance program this week.
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The 212,000 current and former federal employees to whom the government owes $173.5 million in special rate back pay will have to wait at least another year before they collect the money, according to the National Treasury Employees Union.
Federal employees, military personnel, retirees and many family members will be able to sign up for government-sponsored long-term care insurance during an open season that starts Monday and runs through Dec. 31.
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A House subcommittee voted Wednesday to provide a 4.1 percent average salary increase for civilian federal employees next year.
Agencies are battling for law enforcement officers by boosting their pay and benefits.