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Defense Civilians Are Losing Faith in Senior Management

Employees view their immediate supervisors much more positively, latest survey shows.

Federal Employees Could Still Receive a Transit Benefit Boost This Year

IRS, lawmaker renew call for tax package that includes retroactively doubling mass transit benefit.

Which Agencies Log the Most Hours of ‘Official Time’ Spent on Union Business?

VA tops the list for total hours, but doesn’t make the top 10 for hours spent per bargaining unit employee.

Making the Most of Your Money After You Retire

It pays to think ahead about how you will draw down your assets.

Self-Mandated Pay Raise for Federal Judges Will Cost $1B

Bump stems from court rulings calling congressionally instituted pay freezes unconstitutional.

Feds Will Pay 3.8 Percent More Toward Health Care Premiums in 2015

Postal employees' contributions will go up significantly more.

Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga., was one of the lawmakers interested in data on use of official time.

The Time Feds Spend on Union Biz Inches Up

Federal employees spent 3.43 million hours on “official time” in fiscal 2012, according to the latest report.

200K Federal Contractors Are About to Get a Pay Raise

Labor Department issues final rules to implement the $10.10 minimum wage for contractors.

VA Secretary Bob McDonald agreed to put downgrades of certain employees on hold.

VA Employees Fight for More Pay

Lawsuit and union seek to boost employee compensation.

OPM Takes Baby Steps Toward Reducing the Retirement Backlog in Sept.

Agency isn't likely to clear up the decades-long backlog by the end of 2014.