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Retiring Women

You’re likely to live a longer and different life than your mother, and you should plan for your retirement accordingly.


House blocks funding for DHS personnel reforms

Senate committee approves only $5 million of $15 million President Bush requested for the system in fiscal 2008.

Senators urge appropriators to boost SSA administrative funds

Budget resolution calls for an additional $430 million beyond President Bush’s request, to address backlog of disability claims.

Survivor Savings

Employee group representative proposes allowing surviving spouses to hold on to TSP accounts.

Panel approves student loan forgiveness for public servants

Bill seeks to update 1993 law that authorized income-contingent loan repayment programs.

Definition of 'telework,' measure of benefits still lacking

Many agencies don’t have a handle on how many employees actually work away from the office, and lack ways to quantify productivity gains.

House appropriators approve 3.5 percent civilian pay raise

Move follows authorization of equal increase for military service members.

Employee groups back automatic TSP enrollment, new default fund

Officials decide to hold off on three other potential changes, including restrictions on where funds are invested.

VA Deputy Secretary Gordon Mansfield says bonuses go to "seasoned and successful executives."

VA official says bonuses needed to retain top executives

Lawmakers raise questions about department’s performance review boards.

Homeland Security launches graduate academy

The 18-month program is free, but students must complete two years of service at their agencies upon graduation.