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Senators urge funding to hire air traffic controllers

New employees must be trained before impending wave of retirements, they argue.

Defense not using short-term deployment allowance

Congress approved the special pay allowance, aimed at service members who are frequently deployed for less than 30 days, last year.

Committee approves workforce flexibility bill

House panel gives green light to legislation increasing options for awarding bonuses.

Staying the Course

Preliminary results of a new OPM study show that federal law enforcement officers hung on to their jobs last year.

Panel to review federal relocation policies

New panel will make recommendations for more efficient employee transfers.

Call Anytime

The Thrift Savings Plan is launching a toll-free hotline for participants who want the latest information on their accounts

Postal Service computer glitch leads to $103 million in overpayments

Postal officials want the inspector general to develop recommendations to prevent a similar mistake from occurring in the future.

FAA says it must hire, train air traffic controllers before retirement wave

Witnesses, legislators express concern over “looming danger,” await FAA report in December.

Tricare pharmacy program recovers from rocky beginning

Claims being processed at high volumes after initial computer glitch is resolved.

Schedule Shift

Those scheduled to stay home Friday as part of an alternative work schedule will be credited with eight hours of leave because of the national day of mourning.

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