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With Potential 2017 Cuts Looming, OPM Updates Furlough and RIF Guidance

Budget experts say furloughs are likely this year if Congress enacts Trump’s proposed spending levels.

5 Retirement Questions Only You Can Answer

The basic things you need to know before you make the transition.

Federal Managers Still Think Teleworkers Perform Worse, Report Finds

Some supervisors remain reluctant to fully adopt telework initiatives.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told congressional leaders "extraordinary measures" would be necessary to avoid a default until they raised the debt ceiling.

Thrift Savings Plan G Fund Investments Suspended As Debt Ceiling Is Reached

Participants in the retirement plan should rest assured that their account balances will not be affected, TSP officials said.

President Donald J. Trump speaks with Sailors in the hangar bay aboard Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford on March 2.

Why Sequestration Is Poised to Kill Trump's Budget

A Kafkaesque fiscal deal cut years ago is set to gut the White House’s spending proposal.

Budget Director Mick Mulvaney speaks outside the West Wing of the White House on Monday.

Why It’s So Hard to Shut Down a Government Agency

Trump’s target list of 19 would interrupt many grants and contracts.

The Saving of the Green

There’s more than one way to achieve a financially secure retirement.

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney said that, “Without additional appropriations, our national security is at risk.”

Trump Requests Dramatic Budget Cuts for the Rest of This Year, Too

$18 billion in domestic agency funding reductions in the remainder of fiscal 2017 would offset border wall, other priorities.