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Gates tells military services to prepare for unconventional wars

Officers must “tell blunt truths” to civilian leaders, Defense secretary advises cadets at West Point.

TSP automatic enrollment, fund transfer restrictions move forward

Volatile financial markets won’t affect plan offerings or management, officials say.

Supporting Your Survivors

What will happen financially to the people who depend on you if you die?

Distinguished executives honored at Washington gala

State Department event recognizes achievements of key career civil servants.

Retirement Made EZ

A look at how the self-serve electronic benefits resource will work.

Dozens of federal health plans require high payments for specialty drugs

Pricey prescription drug coverage for many federal employees could become more common.

House bill aimed at increasing diversity among senior executives advances

New SES office would be responsible for hiring more women, minorities and persons with disabilities into top government ranks.

Federal paid parental leave bill heads to full House committee

Legislation would allow all federal employees eight weeks of paid leave with benefits for the birth or adoption of a child.

Union opposes nomination of Treasury official to IRS board

President Bush nominates Kenneth Carfine, a department assistant secretary, to fill the employee representative seat on oversight group.

Army Reserve broadens recruiting efforts

Public-private partnerships seek to benefit both military and industry.