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OPM Director Katherine Archuleta testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the breach.

OPM Will Soon Notify New Wave of Workers Their Data Was Hacked

'You failed, utterly and completely,' lawmaker tells OPM director.

An agent patrols along the Rio Grande River.

Border Patrol Agents Can Now Check Out New Overtime Details

Proposed rule outlines the specifics of a new, less generous compensation system to replace administratively uncontrollable overtime.

Bill Would Protect Federal Retirees From Fraud

Bipartisan legislation would give U.S. attorneys authority to prosecute financial reps who misuse FERS and CSRS benefits.

AFGE President J. David Cox Sr.

Every Current Federal Employee and Retiree’s Personal Info Was Compromised in Hack, Union Says

Social Security numbers were unencrypted and part of hacked data, AFGE says.

Pentagon Backs Major Changes to Retirement System

Proposal would reduce pensions for career service members through a blended system that elevates the role of the Thrift Savings Plan.

10 Things You Need To Do Before Leaving Government

Be prepared before you even think about retiring.

1.3 Percent Pay Raise On the Horizon For Feds Next Year

Legislative spending bills so far are silent on pay boost for civilian employees, paving the way for president’s recommendation.

Retirement Claims Backlog Falls, But Processing Rate Slows

The backlog stood at 15,374 claims at the end of May, a 16 percent reduction from April.