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AFGE Local 704 union President Michael Mikulka speaks as Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) workers protest job cuts during rally in Chicago in March.

House GOP Takes Cue From Trump, Targets Federal Retirement

Lawmakers want government employees to contribute more to their own retirement plans, but they didn’t say how much more.

A passport applicant fills out forms in Los Angeles. Applications have spiked recently, requiring an increase in mandatory overtime at some State Department offices.

Despite Visits from 'Passport Pete,' Overtime Requirement Takes Toll on State Department Employees

With passport applications spiking, employees at offices around the country have been required to work an extra 20 hours a month.

Sustained EPA Cuts Could Make Employees Eager for Buyouts

Agency lays out details of where it will try to cut jobs.

Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., said: "One essential way we can empower service members is to give them the tools they need to succeed in whatever career they pursue."

Lawmakers Introduce Major GI Bill Expansion

Legislation would remove time limit on benefits, expand reservists’ access to program.

OPM to Implement Leave Changes for Agencies

New rules aim to limit the use of paid leave while an employee is investigated for misconduct.

Weighing Your Life Insurance Options

Exploring alternatives to Federal Employees Group Life Insurance.

Would More Generous Buyouts Trigger Long-Rumored Retirement Wave?

Unions oppose potential first increase in VSIP cap since program’s inception.

White House Wants to Increase Federal Employee Buyout Payments

The $25,000 maximum has not been updated since the practice was first authorized in 1993.