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Five federal employees win public service awards

Contributions to aviation safety, equal opportunity employment, courts, youth science programs and performance-based pay win praise.

Withdrawal Options

What should you do with the money in your TSP account when you retire?

Proposed EEOC budget cut draws congressional scrutiny

Letter to appropriators expresses concern that $4.2 million cut in the agency’s budget would cause backlog of complaints to grow.

Lobbyists seek to broker deals with agencies

Even former FEMA director Michael Brown is in on the business of helping contractors sell products to the government.

Lawmakers map strategies for immigration debate next week

Senate debate on an enforcement and border security measure is slated to begin Tuesday.

Report: IRS plan to close service centers based on faulty data

Agency pledges to improve accuracy; will not shut any service facilities this year.

Legislator takes stand in support of earmarks

Idaho representative advocates practice as a way to limit the executive branch’s influence over spending decisions.

Auction of Cunningham’s loot brings almost $100,000

But proceeds will not count toward $3.65 million in back taxes and penalties owed by former legislator who admitted taking bribes from defense contractors.