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Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., will take over as chairman of the House Veterans' Affairs Committee.

New Leadership at VA Committees, But Likely Same Priorities

Lawmakers in the next Congress are expected to keep focus on improving vets’ access to health care and stronger employee accountability.

Burlington, Vt., is one of two new locality areas.

Pay Agent Accepts New Localities, Rejects Giving Others Bigger Adjustments

Labor, OMB and OPM leaders make final recommendations for 2018.

NASA, Defense Boast the Most 2016 Presidential Rank Award Winners

List of winners includes thirty-six recipients of the government’s highest award for excellence in civil service.  

Making Your Best Bet on Social Security

Should you start receiving your benefit as soon as you can, or wait until you’re older?

The Soyuz MS-03 spacecraft launches from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson was among the crew members.

NASA Ranked Best Place to Work in Government For Fifth Consecutive Year

Homeland Security improves its score, but is still ranked last among large agencies.

Open Season for Dental and Vision Benefits Is Extended Until Wednesday

Federal workers will have two extra days to enroll in the program or make changes to their insurance plans.

Quiz: Are You in Danger of Breaking the Rules for Holiday Gift Giving in Federal Offices?

Federal employees are subject to restrictions on what they can give and receive.

Obama’s 2.1 Percent Pay Raise Announcement Boosts Locality Pay

The salary increase announced last week includes a 1 percent across-the-board pay bump, combined with a 1.1 percent raise in locality pay.

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