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Obama Has Until Aug. 31 to Offer Alternate Pay Raise Plan

Feds likely will receive a 1.6 percent pay increase in fiscal 2017, unless Congress intervenes.

Long-Term Care Insurance: What Should You Do About Rate Hikes?

Retirement Planning

In the face of steep premium increases, participants face tough choices.

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How to Hire for Problem-Solving

The best candidates ask the right questions to figure out how to address the objectives.

Obama Endorses Hillary as America’s Best Hope

The president took the DNC stage on Wednesday, showing why he will be his one-time rival's best advocate this fall.

Trump Shows the Flaws of NSA Surveillance

His call for Russian hackers to break into Hillary Clinton’s email validate the worst suspicions of security-state critics.

Intel Community Whistleblower Chief Fighting Old Pentagon Bosses

Dan Meyer tells MSPB he was retaliated against for being gay and pro-whistleblower.

Feds Can Ride Uber on the Government's Dime, Obama Administration Decides

GSA issues guidance clarifying federal policy on ride-sharing companies.

Military and Vets Groups Seek To Defend VA Firing Law in Court

The organizations want to weigh in on the case involving former senior executive Sharon Helman.

Pay & Benefits Watch The Wisconsin delegation at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Federal employee advocates expected more support from the party.
Excellence in Government GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event at National Harbor, Md., in March.

Politicians and Security Clearances

Lawmakers (and aspiring presidents) don’t go through the same background investigation process required of everyone else.

Excellence in Government

Have Candid Conversations Before Bad Things Happen

New guidance from the Office of Management and Budget offers a fresh approach to managing risk.

Labor Department Finds Senate Food Services Contractors Broke Law

Workers illegally denied a total of $1 million will receive back pay.

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