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Jon Stewart, accompanied by Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N,Y., and New York City first responders speaks during a rally on Capitol Hill in September.

The Biggest Health-Care Winners in the Omnibus Deal

The package includes funding for NIH and 9/11 responders, and delays the “Cadillac Tax” on pricey health plans.

More Senior Executives Win Top Honors in 2015

Pentagon, NASA top list of Presidential Rank Award winners.

Obama Increases SES Performance Award Spending Cap

Executive order aimed at streamlining hiring comes as OMB gives first customer service awards.

Feds Likely to Receive First Mass Transit Benefit Boost in Two Years

Expected provision in tax package would nearly double subsidy for public transportation riders.

TSP Board Starts to Tackle Military Retirement Reform

Agency that runs the government’s 401(k)-style benefit ramps up to auto-enroll new troops beginning in 2018.

Ladies, Join the Military For Equal Pay

The corporate world could learn a few lessons from the US military.

Obama Gives Feds Half-Day Off on Christmas Eve

Half day keeps with tradition when Christmas falls on a Friday.

Obama Signs Bill Pushing Back Shutdown Deadline 5 Days

The continuing resolution gives lawmakers some time to finalize omnibus spending bill.

Rep. Robert Wittman, R-Va., joined other Virginia lawmakers to protect federal employees in the event of a shutdown.

Lawmakers Move to Protect Feds In Case of Shutdown

Virginia representatives prep legislation to ensure back pay for furloughed workers if government closes.

Obama Likely to Speak to Senior Executives on Dec. 15

President also expected to sign executive order on SES reforms.