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It’s Time to Make Good on Phased Retirement

​While agencies drag their feet, critical skills are walking out the door.

IG: A Fed with Fake Diplomas Worked at Interior for Five Years

The technology officer eventually resigned from the department — and then he moved to work at the Census Bureau.

Your Data Is Compromised. (Yes, Yours.) What Now?

"Everybody's data is at risk and vulnerable, and has probably been compromised multiple times, if they're an adult," says data breach expert.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., is pressing OPM to follow through on helping victims and shoring up its systems.

New OPM Chief Calls Anxious Lawmakers to Share Her ‘Enthusiasm’ for Fixing Agency

Members of Congress press new OPM leadership for appropriate protections for hack victims.

How Much Damage Can Hackers Do With a Million Fingerprints From the OPM Data Breach?

The pilfering of 1.1 million fingerprints is “probably the biggest counterintelligence threat in my lifetime,” one former NSA official said.

The vote on the bill allowing the pay hike to move forward has been delayed due to a battle over allowing the confederate flag to be displayed in national parks.

Feds’ Pay Raise Takes Unexpected Diversion

Legislation allowing the pay boost to advance gets caught up in political battle.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R)

How Scott Walker Could Bust Federal Employee Unions and Cut Feds’ Pay

The governor has risen to fame on the backs of public-sector workers.

Obama Administration Plugs Retirement Savings Programs

The Labor Department will allow states to create their own retirement savings plans.

The 2016 COLA for Retirees is Zero Right Now

June’s number comes out on Friday, but we won’t know until October whether there’s an increase next year.