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Tips and Tricks for a Smoother Retirement

A look at how the process plays out in the real world.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz is requesting detailed information about federal employee bonuses.

Lawmaker Launches Investigation Into Feds' Bonuses

Republican leader targets data from specific agencies as well as governmentwide.

Government Would Pair Service Dogs and Vets With Severe Post-Traumatic Stress Under Bill

Bipartisan legislation would match eligible post-9/11 vets with canines at VA's expense in $10 million pilot program.

Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Bryan B. Battaglia delivers a hand salute during his retirement and change of responsibility ceremony on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Va., Dec. 11, 2015.

Military Retirement Update: Welcome to the TSP!

A special report on the overhaul of the military retirement system.

D.C.-Area Feds May Take Unscheduled Leave as Metro Shuts Down for 29 Hours

The Washington metro system will be shuttered for an emergency safety inspection.

VA Backpedals on Changing Status of All Senior Executives

Non-medical senior executives would remain in Title 5, but department is still seeking greater control over firing them.

Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., chairman of the House Budget Committee.

House Republican Budget Would Revive Cuts to Feds’ Pay and Benefits

Fiscal 2017 blueprint also calls for more firings, demotions and suspensions.

Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., is optimistic about a bill providing a 5.3 percent pay raise next year.

Lawmaker Sees Bipartisan Future for Pro-Fed Legislation, Including Big Pay Raise

Opponents "denigrating federal service" are "damaging the American dream," he says.

Feds Encouraged to Telework During Nuclear Security Summit in Late March

OPM urges agencies to let their employees take advantage of flexible work options to avoid traffic congestion in Washington, D.C.