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Ray Mabus speaks to sailors and Marines from units involved in Operation Tomodachi during an all-hands call in 2011.

Navy Looks to Make Changes to Cold-War Personnel System

Armed with an innovative plan for promotions, Secretary Ray Mabus wants to sink industrial-age HR policies and rig his fleet for the 21st century.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., sponsored legislation targeting bonuses.

Panel Discusses Bill Rescinding VA Employee Bonuses

Senate hearing weighs pros and cons of clawing back bonuses of employees involved in patient wait list debacle.

House Passes Bill Exempting Some Feds From Retirement Tax Penalty

Legislation would allow law enforcement officers and firefighters to access TSP savings before age 55 without 10 percent tax.

VA Psychiatrist Wins Settlement After Complaints About Openness as Lesbian

Office of Special Counsel facilitates department plan to improve manager training.

MSPB Reminds Us It’s Not Impossible to Fire Federal Employees

Due process is necessary to protect all workers, and is a requirement of a merit-based personnel system, agency says.

Feds Are Enthusiastic About New Higher Ed Benefit

Hundreds of applications are in already for three-week-old program offering employees reduced tuition to obtain degrees online.

Defense Panel’s Military Compensation Reforms Aren’t Bold Enough, Say Former Service Members

Politics, timidity and a resistance to change in government are threatening the sustainability of the armed forces.

Not Exactly Getting Rich

A look at how the Windfall Elimination Provision can dramatically affect retirement income.

Retirement Backlog Decreases, But It's Still Higher Than OPM Wants

The percentage of claims processed in 60 days or less has dropped.