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Gulf Coast hurricanes drain federal charity of resources

Organization is bracing itself for $1.5 million in additional requests.

As Wall Street scrambles, TSP plans for upgrades and emergencies

Board chairman praises staff for keeping costs low in fiscal 2009 budget.

The presidential hopefuls greet during a forum at Columbia University on Thursday.

Candidates stress need to restore faith in government

Americans would be more inclined toward public service if they were confident federal agencies were effective, McCain and Obama say.

Hatch Act rules against politicking more lenient for feds, observers say

Lawmakers consider a bill to let state and local government employees run for partisan office.

White House prepares appointee roadmap for next administration

Plan is designed to ensure that 100 key political posts are filled by April 1.

Who’s Responsible?

Both you and your agency have a role to play in ensuring you make the best decision about your future benefits.

Hoyer seeks more information on flexible work schedules

House majority leader is not backing down on his plan for a compressed workweek.

Helping Hand

Many federal employees benefit from job security in a struggling economy, but it doesn’t inoculate them against hard times.

IRS moves tax processing work back in-house

Agency employees will resume direct management over taxpayer files at seven sites across the country.

GAO: Defense should address employee concerns with personnel system

Department lacks strategy for responding to employees’ negative perception of new pay-for-performance system.