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Federal Retirees to Receive a 0.3 Percent Cost-of-Living Bump in 2017

Advocacy groups attack the small increase as insufficient, ask Congress to address large Medicare Part B premium jump facing those in CSRS.

After Years of Decline, Obama Admin Tries New Approach to Spur Feds’ Annual Giving

Obama signs order allowing feds to donate time to CFC, not just money.

As Costs Go Up, Benefits Don’t Keep Pace

Tips for coping with rising health care premiums and low COLAs.

Cost of Living Adjustment, Hurricane Relief and More

A weekly roundup of federal pay and benefits news.

TRICARE Lowers Mental Health Care Co-Pays, Expands Treatment Options

This month retirees and dependents started paying $13 less per visit for outpatient care and substance abuse treatment.

Why Agencies Should Better Use Data To Make Pay, Leave Decisions

OPM should do more to share payroll information, report says.

Acting OPM Director Beth Cobert said agency leaders have taken successful steps to engage employees.

Feds Still Lack Faith That Poor Performers Are Punished

Employees did, however, rate their leaders better on the latest viewpoint survey.

Retirement Backlog Is Back Down

OPM processed roughly 2,000 more applications in September than in August, bringing the total number of applications in the queue to 15,146.

New Rule Would Exclude Non-Manager Feds From Financial Disclosure Requirements

Proposal would implement regulations for 2012 personal financial reporting law.

What Is the FERS Supplement Worth?

Estimating the value of this important benefit.

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