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Kimberly Graves, former director of VBA’s St. Paul, Minn., regional office, is one of the officials who will receive a roughly $20,000 pay cut.

VA Moves to Slash Pay, Suspend Senior Executives

Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves face a 10 percent pay cut, while Danny Pummill is looking at a 15-day suspension.

Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, introduced a bill to alter the WEP and GPO formulas to be more generous toward employees who have spent part of their career in the private sector.

Effort to Give Better Social Security Benefits to Many Feds Gains Momentum in Congress

Lawmakers say higher monthly payments may not create a "windfall" after all.

Bill Bans Bonuses for VA Senior Executives

A major House spending bill would prevent performance awards for top career officials in fiscal 2017.

Bill Would Grant 12 Weeks of Paid Leave to All Military Parents

Democratic legislation aims to make maternity and paternity leave equal and consistent across the armed services.

Former president George W. Bush leaves the funeral service of Nancy Reagan, behind First Lady Michelle Obama.

Which Ex-President Cost the Government the Most in Fiscal 2015?

George W. Bush received $1.1 million in pension money and other perks under the Former Presidents Act.

Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, wants to give feds a big raise.

Senate Democrats Want to Triple Obama's Proposed Federal Pay Raise

Democratic lawmakers are seeking a much bigger pay boost for federal employees.

The VA Medical Center in Minneapolis.

Combat Vets Now Can File For VA Health Benefits Over the Phone

All other vets can call in their applications beginning July 5.

Tips and Tricks for a Smoother Retirement

A look at how the process plays out in the real world.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz is requesting detailed information about federal employee bonuses.

Lawmaker Launches Investigation Into Feds' Bonuses

Republican leader targets data from specific agencies as well as governmentwide.

Government Would Pair Service Dogs and Vets With Severe Post-Traumatic Stress Under Bill

Bipartisan legislation would match eligible post-9/11 vets with canines at VA's expense in $10 million pilot program.