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Air Force to Offer Separation Incentives to Thousands of Civilians

If necessary, service will resort to layoffs to reach sequestration budget caps.

A TSA officer briefs a passenger in Atlanta in 2011.

TSA Offers Early Retirement to Workers

Eligible employees must leave agency by Dec. 31 to take advantage of the incentive.

Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., said he plans to introduce legislation that would allow VA to take back bonuses it has paid to employees proven to have manipulated health records and to retroactively lower performance ratings.

Too Many Senior Executives Receive Bonuses, Lawmakers Say

Advocates say pay must be high enough to incentivize qualified professionals to join the SES ranks.

When to Seek Financial Help

Weighing whether to work with a professional adviser to manage your money.

The Benefits Federal Employees Love Most

Retirement and health plans rate well; some other perks are drawing very little interest.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Senators Want VA Wait List Manipulators to Give Back Their Bonuses

Federal employee advocates question legality, say process in place to ensure fairness.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Lawmakers Pressure OPM to Begin Phased Retirement

Partial retirement became legal two years ago, but feds are still awaiting final guidance.

OPM Reduces Retirement Backlog to Its Lowest Point in Years

Fewer feds are sending in claims and OPM is processing them more quickly.