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Report provides roadmap for first Homeland Security transition

Leadership transfer could present an opportunity for terrorists to take advantage of perceived vulnerabilities in national security.

TSA’s attempts to solve workplace problems could be making matters worse

Dispute resolution programs raise false hope and hurt morale, IG reports.

Defense financial managers cite human capital issues as top concern

Survey shows department’s finance and accounting professionals are nervous about massive personnel system, among other initiatives.

Passing Through

Legislation related to federal employees’ pay and benefits is moving along at a fast clip in the House and Senate.

House appropriators approve 3.9 percent civilian pay raise

Figure is equal to the raise recently approved by the House for military service members.

House panel solicits suggestions on increasing diversity in federal workforce

Top-level involvement and hard data are crucial to ensuring inclusion, say industry and agency leaders.

IRS makes mid-year adjustment to mileage reimbursement rate

Federal employees could receive an 8-cent bump in reimbursement for driving personal vehicles for work.

Avue announces new identity theft protection for federal subscribers

Partnership with LifeLock will provide free protection for feds, discounts for families of employees.

VA employees to test out pay for performance

Proposed demonstration project would cover 150 employees at the Veterans Health Administration.

Deposits and Credits

Understanding these uniquely important concepts to the federal retirement process.