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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., said: “We’re already seeing disinterest in federal service . . . It’s pennywise and pound foolish, if we’re constantly spending money on recruiting and training for new employees.”

Proposal for a 2019 Pay Freeze Called 'Dunderheaded' and 'Pennywise and Pound Foolish'

A freeze would make it more difficult to retain and recruit federal employees, requiring agencies to spend more money on hiring, lawmakers argue.

Letter from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says federal employees and retirees will be unaffected by these actions.

Treasury Taps Federal Pensions, TSP G Fund Investments to Avoid Debt Default

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced the extraordinary measures this week.

See Who Would Get Furloughed in a 2017 Shutdown

This chart details the updated furlough rates at each federal agency.

OPM Leadership Void Leaves Locality Pay Advisers Twisting in the Wind

Members of the Federal Salary Council have not been reappointed since Trump’s inauguration, stalling the advisory group’s work.

One Chart Showing Every Military and Civilian Pay Raise Since 1984

Since 2000, military pay raises have been either higher than or equal to civilian ones.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks at the OSCE Foreign Ministers in Vienna, Austria, on Dec. 7.

Tillerson Promises No Layoffs at State

Reducing staffing by 8 percent could prove difficult amid thousands of hiring freeze exceptions.

3 Steps to Navigating Open Season

A simple guide for people who still need to assess their options.

FEHBP Open Season Deadline is Just Around the Corner

Experts encourage enrollees to re-examine their plans and anticipated health care needs each year.