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VA Secretary David Shulkin said improving internal capacity and private options “are not mutually exclusive,” and VA is “ramping up both simultaneously.”

As Trump Pledges to Triple Private Care for Vets, Congress Struggles to Save VA Program

Democrats, vets groups seek to boost private and governmental care simultaneously.

House Appropriations Committee Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen, R-N.J., did not address the spending cap issue.

Initial House ‘Minibus’ Spending Bill Would Trigger Sequester

Measure would exceed caps without a budget deal to override them.

GAO Finds Phased Retirement Can Benefit Employees, Management

Number of feds enrolled in program remains small, but there are new signs of growth.

Why Trump Probably Hasn't Spooked the Justice Department

It seems to be business as usual for top federal law-enforcement officials one day after receiving harsh criticism from the president.

4 Things You Need to Know About Retirement Rules

They’re complicated and have changed a lot over the years.

AFGE Local 704 union President Michael Mikulka speaks as Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) workers protest job cuts during rally in Chicago in March.

House GOP Takes Cue From Trump, Targets Federal Retirement

Lawmakers want government employees to contribute more to their own retirement plans, but they didn’t say how much more.

A passport applicant fills out forms in Los Angeles. Applications have spiked recently, requiring an increase in mandatory overtime at some State Department offices.

Despite Visits from 'Passport Pete,' Overtime Requirement Takes Toll on State Department Employees

With passport applications spiking, employees at offices around the country have been required to work an extra 20 hours a month.

Sustained EPA Cuts Could Make Employees Eager for Buyouts

Agency lays out details of where it will try to cut jobs.