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Rushing Retirement Could Cost You

You wouldn’t make a major career move without some serious planning—treat retirement with the same care.

TRICARE Drug Co-Pays Will Rise on Feb. 1

Some beneficiaries will see a hike of between $2 and $4 for certain prescriptions.

Pay Banding, TSP Changes and More

A weekly roundup of pay and benefits news.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., says he will hold the Army and contractor to an October deadline for making the transition.

After Government Screw-Up, Contractor Will Resume Control of Army Child Care Program

In some cases, service members were shelling out more than $1,000 per month for child care as part of a subsidy program -- and waiting months for Uncle Sam to reimburse them.

The Pentagon Is Moving 13,000 Civilians Out of the GS System This Year

Reforms would give managers more flexibility in controlling workforce, officials say.

TSP Has a Bleak December

All offerings except the G Fund ended the month in the red.

Marines stand at parade rest during a Navy Cross ceremony in 2009.

The Military Versus the Private Sector for Job Security and Quality of Life

The millions of service members who live on military bases around the world experience a kind of economic and social security that is foreign to most of America’s middle class.

VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson said the evidence did not warrant firing the executives.

Feds Won’t Press Criminal Charges Against Former VA Senior Executives

Justice Department rejects VA watchdog’s criminal referral related to Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves.

How to Figure Your 2016 Pay Raise

A look at what next year’s boost will mean for you.