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VA Secretary Bob McDonald agreed to put downgrades of certain employees on hold.

VA Employees Fight for More Pay

Lawsuit and union seek to boost employee compensation.

OPM Takes Baby Steps Toward Reducing the Retirement Backlog in Sept.

Agency isn't likely to clear up the decades-long backlog by the end of 2014.

Become a TSP Wizard

Online tools can help guide you to get what you want from your account.

How to Avoid Costly Mistakes Filling Out Your TSP Forms

The retirement savings plan’s board offers some common-sense advice for successfully withdrawing or transferring retirement funds.

Retirement Savings Funds Hit a September Slump

All but one of the TSP’s offerings lose ground.

Some TRICARE Enrollees Won’t Have to Pay Annual Fee Increases

The Pentagon is making an exception for two groups of Prime beneficiaries.

5 Things You Can Change After You Retire

In the federal retirement world, “permanent” doesn’t always mean permanent.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta published a notice in the Federal Register.

OPM Reminds Same-Sex Surviving Spouses They Are Eligible for Benefits

Those married before a 2013 Supreme Court ruling have until June 26, 2015, to apply for pension and death benefits.

Agencies Are Paying More to Avoid Costly Discrimination Adjudication

An analysis shows the amount of money doled out to settle employees’ informal and formal EEO complaints has increased.

QUIZ: Do You Know How to Be an Ethical Political Appointee?

Seventeen questions to test your knowledge of updated ethics rules.