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OPM Makes Small Dent in Retirement Backlog in April

The federal government’s HR agency processed fewer claims last month, as the number of new requests stabilized following the annual winter wave.

OPM Proposes Legislation to Cut Retirement Benefits for Current and Former Feds

A letter from Director Jeff Pon to House Speaker Paul Ryan outlines several plans previously floated by the Trump administration.

The Chemical Safety Board, which is on Trump's chopping block, investigated the 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in Texas.

Employees at a Small Agency Proposed for Elimination Vote to Unionize

Workers at the agency will be part of the American Federation of Government Employees.

TSP Withdrawal Update

Changes are coming, but they’ll take awhile to implement.

Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., had asked why the salary was so high.

New CDC Chief Takes Pay Cut After Senator's Complaint

AIDS Researcher Redfield was paid $375,000 under special hiring authority.