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  • CBP announces integrity panel

    Customs and Border Protection this week announced the launch of a new Integrity Advisory Panel.

  • Bill would clarify appeal rights of postal managers

    Two Senate lawmakers have reintroduced a bill aimed at granting appeal rights to more than 7,000 postal managers.

  • Wounded Warriors sick leave bill advances

    A Senate panel this week passed a bill that would provide 104 hours of sick leave up front to disabled veterans who are first-year federal employees.

  • NTEU's Kelley to retire

    The National Treasury Employees Union announced this week that the union's long-time national president, Colleen M. Kelley, will be retiring following the union’s 2015 National Convention in August. The union will elect a new leader at the convention.

  • DHS finally gets FY 2015 funding

    Congress this week finally passed a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security through the end of the fiscal year.

  • House bill would order VA to pay back bonuses

    The House of Representatives has approved a bill, by voice vote, to force the Department of Veterans Affairs to take back bonuses paid to executives who are found to have engaged in misconduct.

  • TSP sees strong gains in February

    Despite this February's arctic weather and continuing budgetary deadlock on Capitol Hill, feds have something to cheer: the Thrift Savings Plan took off last month.

  • NFFE blasts DOD shifting travel burden on employees

    The National Federation of Federal Employees on March 2 sharply criticized the Department of Defense for pushing millions of dollars of travel costs onto some employees--and the union praised a new bill that that will ban the practice.

  • Health insurer data breach affects feds

    A well-publicized data breach at health insurer Anthem, a provider of federal benefits for Blue Cross/Blue Shield, has impacted federal employee participants—some past, and some present—potentially compromising some of their personal data.

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