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Look For Public Housing Executives’ 2014 Salary Data Soon

HUD will begin collecting information in August and will publish it online in the fall.

U.S. Army paratroopers assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division.

New Army Camo, LGBT Guidance, Troop Pay Raise and More

A weekly roundup of federal pay and benefits news.

House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller, R-Fla., criticized VA's "tradition" of transferring bad apples.

Debate Over Making It Easier to Fire Feds Dominates VA Hearing

House panel discusses legislation that would give the VA secretary sweeping authority to remove corrupt or poor-performing employees.

"We unearthed these problems, and now we have to solve them," said Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.

Top Republican: Fire More Feds and Shrink the Workforce, But Pay Higher Salaries

Oversight chairman says panel should focus less on making headlines, more on reforming government.

New Locality Pay Areas Will Give 102K Feds a Raise

Also, most existing locality regions would increase in size under new rule.

OPM Seeks to Curb Use of 'Often' Abused Paid Administrative Leave

Agency heads must now adhere to uniform reporting standards on the practice.

TSP Sees Modest Growth in May

International stocks fell last month, while the C Fund rose.

Thousands of Troops Will Receive Compensation for Student Loan Overcharge

Checks ranging from $10 to $100,000 from a 2014 settlement will be mailed in June.

A Retirement Readiness Checklist

Before the magic date arrives, you need to ask yourself some questions.

Tens of Thousands of Feds to Receive Significant Pay Raise Next Year

Thirteen cities will soon receive their own locality pay designations.