Pay & Benefits

House Revives Rule Making It Easier to Cut Federal Employees' Pay, Slash Workforce

"No one is safe," lawmaker says.

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Winter Storm Closes Agencies in Washington Area

Emergency employees and those scheduled to telework are still expected to report.

Trump’s Federal Workforce Goals: Streamline Firing, Automate Jobs

New cross-agency priorities detail metrics that the administration will use to implement workforce agenda.


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Trump Administration Targets Federal Compensation, Telework

A weekly roundup of federal pay and benefits news.

Then acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe testifies at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Dec. 23, 2017.

Denying FBI’s McCabe His Pension Would Be Unusual, Attorneys Say

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to fire 22-year FBI veteran Andrew McCabe may be plowing new ground in federal employment law.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testifies before the Senate Finance Committee on Capitol Hill on Feb. 14, 2018.

Mnuchin’s Pricey Government Travel Breaks From Coach-Flying Predecessor

Former Treasury secretary flew coach domestically, and spent just $8,000 on premium travel over four years.

Retirement Planning

Resigning Instead of Retiring

Why some people make what appears to be a curious choice.

Pay & Benefits Watch Federal employees are barred from traveling to some neighborhoods of Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Feds in Work-Life Programs Perform Better at Their Jobs, Survey Says

Although most feds give flexibilities high marks, some managers struggle with evaluation of remote workers.

Unions Push Back on Trump Administration's Plans to Shrink Labor-Management Agency

Facility closures come amid proposed cuts to NLRB, end to internal labor forums.

Retirement Planning

8 Fun Facts About Federal Retirement

Some of them might help you in the planning process.