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Hill Negotiators Ignore Obama and Give Troops Biggest Pay Raise in 6 Years

Conference committee settles on a 2.1 percent military boost, rejecting the White House's request for a 1.6 percent raise.

Locality pay rates will rise the most in the California Bay Area.

Check Out Your 2017 Locality Pay Rate

California cities and the Washington, D.C., area see biggest boosts for next year.

House Panel To Examine Federal Long-Term Care Premium Hikes

Lawmakers on Wednesday will ask officials why the average enrollee is now paying $111 more per month for coverage.

Obama's 'Fair Pay, Safe Workplaces' Rule for Federal Contractors Appears Endangered

Rule could fall as part of Trump’s broad promise to cut regulations.

Trump’s Immigration Policy Would Push Legal Workers Down the Occupational Ladder

Many voters appear to believe that deporting illegal immigrants would boost job opportunities and wages for U.S. workers. But economic modelling suggests different conclusions."

Most Feds Could Save $2K or More By Switching Health Insurance

A new guide aims to help federal employees and retirees make more informed decisions during open season.

White House Increases Bonus Spending Cap to 1.5 Percent For Federal Employees

After a six-year freeze at 1 percent, the aggregate spending cap for non-senior level performance awards rises slightly.

Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., sponsored the bill.

Vets Affected By Calif. National Guard Bonus Debacle Would Not Owe Government Under House Bill

Republican lawmakers also want Defense to repay with interest anyone who already paid their debt, which resulted from overpayments by military recruiters.

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