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Benefits Cuts Are (Probably Not) Coming!

Federal employees have been down this road before.

Federal union members protest the Education Department’s unilateral implementation of a new collective bargaining agreement at agency headquarters in Washington on March 28.

Union Leaders Demand Education Department Return to Negotiating Table

Protest outside agency headquarters draws around 100 supporters.

GAO Improperly Distributed Overtime for Some; New Move to Disclose Federal Bonuses

IG recommended the auditing agency evaluate the need for Law Enforcement Availability Pay for its criminal investigators.

President Trump reaches to touch a copy of the $1.3 trillion spending bill as he speaks in the Diplomatic Room of the White House in Washington on Friday, March 23.

Prospects Unclear for Trump’s $1 Billion Performance Fund

The proposal was left out of the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill signed by the president last week.

ICE agents arrest a fugitive in Los Angeles during a targeted enforcement action in Los Angeles in 2017.

Congress Rejects Trump’s Bid for More Immigration Enforcement and Border Patrol Agents

CBP concedes an inevitable net loss of workers, giving back $200M originally intended for hiring.

Federal Employees Work For Both Democrats And Republicans – Even Kellyanne Conway

U.S. law limits public employees' political activity. But in today's hyperpartisan political world, it's getting harder for public employees to navigate between professional neutrality and politics.

Senators Unveil Bipartisan Postal Reform Bill With Fast Track Authority

Bill would overhaul postal health benefits, change pricing structures.

Follow These Steps to a Smoother Retirement

Tips for helping facilitate the processing of your application.