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HHS Proposes Substantial Limits on Telework

The department and union officials have until Dec. 15 to reach accord before an independent panel imposes terms for a new collective bargaining agreement.

See Who Would Get Furloughed in a Christmas Shutdown

Nearly 350,000 feds could be sent home without pay come Dec. 21.

As Spending Talks Break Down, a Pay Raise for Feds Hangs in the Balance

Lawmakers continue to negotiate how to include a 1.9 percent increase for civilian employees in a shutdown-averting bill.

Trump Administration Removes Guidance Supporting Transgender Feds

Top diversity official calls the move a "shock to many" that was "hard for me as well."

Federal Employees Continue to Retire in Greater Numbers Than in Previous Years

The Office of Personnel Management has managed to keep the claims backlog in check, despite the increase. Separately, OPM clarifies hiring preference for Gold Star fathers.

NASA and Edwards Air Force Base employees attend a federal health fair in 2014.

Last-Minute Shopping Tips for Open Season

Advice for procrastinators on evaluating your health insurance options.

Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., introduced the measure targeting official time.

Budget Analysts: Bill Targeting Official Time Would Cost More than It Saves

Legislation from Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., seeks to cut the retirement benefits of some federal workers who use official time.