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Trump’s Budget Will Push Performance-Based Pay for Feds

Monday’s release to recommend transfer of $10 billion over a decade away from the “tenure-based” civil service system and to bonuses for valuable workers.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (left) and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced a spending deal earlier this week.

Budget Deal Includes No Changes to Federal Employee Compensation

Pay and benefits are not among the offsets to spending increases, quelling federal employee group fears for now.

Divorce and Your Benefits

When it comes to splitting up, it’s important to pay attention to the details.

NTEU President Tony Reardon said Congress must stop using federal employees as a punching bag.

Federal Employee Union Preps for Year of Benefits Battles

NTEU members lobby lawmakers amid shutdown threat and ahead of budget launch.

Reps. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., and Elijah Cummings, D-Md., want to know how much agencies spend to settle sexual misconduct claims.

Congress Launches Investigation Into Federal Agencies' Sexual Misconduct Settlements

Lawmakers demand more transparency as a "first step" to addressing the problem.

OPM Runs Into Annual Retirement Surge

Nearly 15,000 workers opted to leave federal service in January, in line with previous years.

Preparing to Live a Long, Healthy Life

Long-range planning should include both wealth and health management.

TSP Ends January Mostly in the Black

All but one fund grew at the beginning of 2018.

Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., supports the president's call for accountability, and says he has the bill to make it happen.

Republican Lawmakers Applaud Trump’s Call to Fire More Feds, Pledge to Pass Reforms

Authors of the law Trump cited in his State of the Union address want to see VA’s new authorities expanded.