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TSP broadens flexibilities for feds hit by hurricanes

Through the spring, employees can make multiple withdrawals without having to halt contributions.

FAA boosts payband ceilings after three-year freeze

Officials also announce a 3.1 percent pay raise coupled with a 1 percent locality increase.

An Unfunded Fund

Why the Human Capital Performance Fund, designed to reward top performers, never got off the ground.

Mileage reimbursement rate to drop 4 cents

Decrease will bring the rate for federal employees in line with that set by the IRS.

December marks another winning month for TSP

International stocks are biggest performers, gaining 4.64 percent.

Pentagon postpones training on personnel system

Managers can continue to work on “soft skills” while department reevaluates details of human resources reforms.

GAO to move employees to market-based pay

Some supervisors will be eligible for $10,000 in additional salary.

HHS officials say Medicare drug enrollment on target

Enrollment program started last month and will continue into May.

Disappearing Dividends

Thrift Savings Plan dividends are there contributing to your retirement savings -- you just can’t see them.

'Consumer-directed' health plans attracting healthier feds

Opponents argue traditional plans’ costs will rise from migration of healthier enrollees.

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