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Six Areas Where the New Congress Could Squeeze Feds

Union leaders are worried about pay and benefits under Republican control.

The Retirement Claims Backlog is Back Where It Was One Year Ago

Inventory grows by almost 1,400 in October, following a surge in applications.

A Little More Cash During Open Season

Five ideas for saving yourself some benefits bucks.

Employees Can Start Applying For Phased Retirement Thursday – In Theory

Despite the benefit's popularity among eligible feds, most agencies probably aren’t ready to offer it yet.

TSP Funds Rebound in October

Most offerings return to the black.

Did a SEAL Team Six Member Violate the Espionage Act?

At the top, federal employees leak with impunity. At the bottom, they're at the mercy of an opaque apparatus that masquerades as justice.

Troops, Defense Employees Will Have Less Money for Extended Travel Starting Nov. 1

Opponents of a new policy designed to cut costs had hoped the Pentagon would delay its implementation, pending further debate.

More than 25,000 Feds Will Have to Switch Health Plans in 2015

Five plans are dropping out of FEHBP, while four new plans are coming in.

Trick or Treat

Of pay raises, COLAs and other spooky subjects.