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Pay Raise Increase: Obama Orders Boost in Average from 1.6 to 2.1 Percent

President Obama has issued a decision boosting the average federal pay raise in January to 2.1 percent from the 1.6 …More

Deadline Approaches for Bill to Keep Agencies Funded; Pay Raise Seems Set

In what has become a common scenario, Congress is continuing to work on a temporary budget measure to keep agencies …More

DoD Budget Measure Impacts Buyouts, Administrative Leave, More

Congress Signals Willingness to Change Veterans Preference Rights

Benefits Open Season About to End

Remember, FSAs Require Re-Enrollment

FEHB Family Coverage Rules Changes Proposed

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Federal Retirement & Financial Planning Report

Take Care in Filling Out Those Forms

Federal employees who fill out certain retirement- related forms manually need to take special care, in light of the recent …More

Voluntary Contributions Program Still Could be Valuable
529 Plans Not the Only Answer to College Savings
OMB Tweaks Policies on Conferences
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Federal Manager's Daily Report

Some Improvement, Much Left to Be Done on FITARA

None of two dozen departments and major agencies rated an A in compliance with the Federal Information Technology Reform Act …More

Congress Clears Management Reform Bill
Greater Protection for Contractor Whistleblowers Passes
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TSP Investment Report

TSP Yields Mixed Returns in November

The TSP funds produced a mixed bag of returns in November, with the small company stock S fund gaining 7.95 …More

TSP Open Season is Now

Armed Forces News

House Approves 2.1-Percent Pay Raise

Service members would receive a 2.1-percent increase in basic pay on Jan. 1, under the House version of the 2017 …More

Trump Taps Mattis
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