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OPM Awards $416M Contract for Protection Services to Hack Victims

The millions of federal employees and contractors using those services will see no disruption.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, has signed onto a bill offering civilians pay parity with the military for 2019.

GOP Senator Endorses 2.6 Percent Pay Raise for Feds, Improving Proposal's Prospects

Union officials said they are confident any spending deal will include a raise between 1.9 percent and 2.6 percent for 2019.

Democrats Confident of Spending Deal, One Week from Shutdown Deadline

Bipartisan negotiations on border security are reportedly likely to fall far short of President Trump’s $5.6 billion wall request.

Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, sponsored the Senate version of the bill.

Democrats Propose 3.6 Percent Raise for Feds in 2020

The proposal comes as lawmakers consider multiple plans to override a pay freeze imposed by President Trump this year.

Financial Lessons from the Shutdown

It’s important to develop healthy savings habits.

TSA officers work without pay at a checkpoint at Logan International Airport in Boston during the partial government shutdown on Jan. 5.

Thousands of Feds Still Await Back Pay After Shutdown

A Homeland Security Department glitch led to officials processing back pay manually in "thousands" of cases, while other feds reported incomplete checks and missing deductions.

Federal Agencies Can Fire Employees for Accidentally Using Marijuana, Federal Court Rules

Court sets new precedent in saying employee was rightfully fired, even if he didn't realize he was eating a pot brownie.

TSP Funds Rebound From Disastrous December

All portfolios of the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program grew in value in January.

Union and labor supporters demonstrate at a rally by federal workers at the Philadelphia International Airport to end the government shutdown on Friday, Jan. 25.

40K Feds Received Unemployment During the Shutdown. Now They Have to Pay It Back.

States are giving employees extra time to repay the benefits to ensure there is not another shutdown.