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McCain pledges to expand health care options for veterans

Republican presidential candidate says access cards would not replace VA system.

Mail Call

Answers to readers questions about the best days to retire.

Presidential candidates’ management agendas -- or lack thereof -- scrutinized

Government observers urge McCain and Obama to prepare appointees to work with civil servants, address federal pay issues.

Inching Along

Federal pay and benefits issues haven’t been eclipsed completely by politics this election year.

New data on federal-private compensation gap rekindles debate

Think tank says numbers support the case for outsourcing; employee groups say data is broad and meaningless.

Transfer of technical jobs will test Army’s workforce planning

Defense strategy for moving work down the East Coast is solid, but implementation will be tricky, GAO says.

MSPB ruling could benefit vets who file employment claims

The Merit Systems Protection Board now says it has jurisdiction over cases involving veterans who belong to unions and file claims under a 1994 veterans’ employment law.

OPM reevaluates human capital marks for management score card

Downgrades reflect initiatives are still in the works rather than failing, officials say.

Military health care benefit extended to reservist family members

Rule waives annual deductibles for dependents of some active-duty members of Reserves, National Guard.

GSA increases per diems for some cities

About 400 locations will have fiscal 2009 rates higher than the national standard.