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IRS Gave Executive Bonuses Totaling $6 Million Over Five Years

Tax Analysts’ FOIA suit details 1,269 performance awards averaging $4,483.

Union members protest during the October 2013 government shutdown.

See Who Would Get Furloughed in a 2015 Shutdown

More than 860,000 federal workers would be sent home without pay.

Congress Gives Disabled Vets Hired as Feds Advance Sick Leave

Bill aims to help wounded warriors get to doctors’ appointments without eating up leave.

Feds Are Apparently Happier and More Engaged With Work Than Last Year

OPM touts early results of the 2015 survey gauging the government workforce’s attitudes on management and pay.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., said the report "proves that VA’s corrosive culture extends to the highest levels of VBA leadership and must be immediately rooted out once and for all."

Watchdog: VA Reassigned Senior Officials to Sidestep Pay Freeze

IG also substantiates allegations related to abuse of relocation program.

Border Patrol Agents Will Get Overtime Pay Under New System Beginning in January

Agency must provide information on new work schedule options to employees by Nov. 1.

Defense Department: 2 Million Troops, Civilian Workers May Have to Work Without Pay Next Week

The looming government shutdown threatens paychecks, but some shrug as this happened before — just two years ago

AFGE President J. David Cox Sr. testifies on Capitol Hill earlier this year.

Union Leader Promises to ‘Torture’ Lawmakers Until They Fund Government

Shutdown talk is already hurting federal workers, AFGE president says.

Be Ready for the Long Term

No one knows what the future holds, but that doesn't mean you can't prepare. Here's what I'm telling my children.

A plane takes off from the John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif.

Former EPA Official Charged Uncle Sam $69K for Weekend Trips Home

Agency inspector general called travel between Northern and Southern California “excessive.”