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American Federation of Government Employees president J. David Cox says union will campaign aggressively in upcoming midterm elections.
Typical resumé fodder may not be predictive of an employee’s performance.
Wide use of VA-developed data format expected to reduce dosing errors, save lives.
USPS is thinking about financial services—debit cards and small loans. But first, America's banks would have to get on board, or at least out of the way.
The unofficial site purports to offer soldiers unclaimed and accumulated financial assistance.
Both parties are racing to reverse $6 billion in military retirements cuts, but first they plan to trade plenty of partisan blows.
OPM processes fewer claims than it had projected.
After debating pricing structure and guns in post offices, committee finally advances landmark reform bill.
System also can’t handle increased workloads.
Meanwhile, Congress and the Pentagon weigh adjustments to military compensation.