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Union officials said they are confident any spending deal will include a raise between 1.9 percent and 2.6 percent for 2019.
Bipartisan negotiations on border security are reportedly likely to fall far short of President Trump’s $5.6 billion wall request.
The proposal comes as lawmakers consider multiple plans to override a pay freeze imposed by President Trump this year.
It’s important to develop healthy savings habits.
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.
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Court sets new precedent in saying employee was rightfully fired, even if he didn't realize he was eating a pot brownie.
All portfolios of the federal government’s 401(k)-style retirement savings program grew in value in January.
States are giving employees extra time to repay the benefits to ensure there is not another shutdown.