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Some TRICARE Enrollees Will Be Able to Receive Urgent Care Faster Starting in May

Military family members and retirees will benefit from a new pilot program that allows two urgent care visits per fiscal year without a referral.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., introduced the bill.

VA Opposes Bill That Would Allow Secretary to Recoup Employees’ Relocation Benefits

Department believes it already has sufficient authority to collect improper payments.

Buying a Bigger Retirement Benefit

You can, in some cases, through service credit deposits and redeposits.

Firefighters are among the temporary workers the law could benefit.

Congress Intervenes to Fix Hiring Regs Written by ‘Entrenched Bureaucrats’ at OPM

Lawmakers, union say OPM violated the intent of a 2015 hiring reform law.

Rep. Charles Dent, R-Pa., said lawmakers felt they had to "send a signal."

VA Senior Executive Bonus Ban Advances

Opponents argue that provision in major spending bill will further damage department’s recruitment and retention efforts.

A Perk For Feds: Cheaper Seats at the Old Ball Game

Washington Nationals offer discounts to government employees, military service members.

It’s Official: Family and Medical Leave Act Now Includes Spouses of Gay Feds

OPM’s final rule codifies benefits that have been available since 2013 to federal employees in same-sex marriages.

Sen. John Boozman of Arkansas is one of the senators working to pass the legislation.

Defense Has Wrongly Taxed Disabled Combat Vets For Years

New legislation would correct a problem that may have affected as many as 14,000 vets, going back as far as 1991.

Are You Getting the Credit You Deserve?

It pays to check your official service records well before you’re ready to retire.