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Justice Department, TSP Board in turf battle over lawsuit

The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, which runs the federal Thrift Savings Plan, is accusing the Bush administration of obstructing its authority in litigation involving the failed modernization of a computer system.

Federal retirements fall short of projections

Almost 20 percent fewer federal employees retired in fiscal 2001 than government officials had predicted, Office of Personnel Management statistics show.

Long-term relationship

A statistical review of the Thrift Savings Plan, which most federal employees are sticking with through the current stock market woes.

Not-so-special pay

Federal IT workers learned this month that special salary rates become less and less special each year.

Social Security Administration settles race discrimination suit

The Social Security Administration agreed Friday to pay $7.75 million to settle a discrimination suit lodged by 2,200 black male employees in 1995.