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  • DHS chief orders 'back to basics' training for TSA officers

    Home Security Secretary Jeh Johnson this week outlined 10 measures being implemented at the Transportation Security Administration in response to inspector general testing of airport screening that revealed security gaps at screening checkpoints.

  • Senator wants investigation of OPM system suite

    Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) this week asked the Office of Personnel Management's inspector general to dig further into possible security vulnerabilities of the larger OPM IT system that houses personal background investigation information.

  • Informed Investor: Service Credits for Civilian Service: Part V

    This week’s column is the second of three columns discussing redeposits in this series on service credits. A redeposit is the repayment of retirement contributions that were previously withheld from an employee’s salary and refunded to the employee when the employee left federal service. The column looks at the consequences of a CSRS/CSRS Offset employee who fails to redeposit CSRS contributions withdrawn after Feb.28, 1991.

  • Thrift Savings Plan Share Prices

    Share prices as of June 30, 2015.

  • View the July 6, 2015 issue as a PDF
  • Bill requires tracking of DHS administrative leave

    The House approved a bill last month that would tighten tracking and reporting requirements related to Department of Homeland Security employees who are on paid administrative leave while under investigation.

  • Report explores SES attitudes, offers clues for improving leadership

    A new report released last week by the nonprofit Partnership for Public Service finds that senior executives are far more satisfied with their work than are rank-and-file employees, whose morale may be lower at least in part because they often find grounds to be skeptical of managerial decisions

  • APWU takes PRC to court

    The American Postal Workers Union is going to court to challenge the Postal Regulatory Commission 's decision to dismiss the union's complaint that the U.S. Postal Service is failing to meet service standards.

  • OPM claims backlog in June up from year ago

    The Office of Personnel Management cut only 863 claims from its retirement claims backlog in June, finishing the month with 14,511 unprocessed claims.

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