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    Customs and Border Protection wants to hire CBP officers at nine locations in four states.

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    Question: “I see they are having open season for life insurance. I will choose an amount five times my salary. Can I reduce the five times salary to say three times salary at any time? Or am I locked in for the five times until I cancel it entirely?”

  • DOJ announces background investigations settlement

    A firm that formerly conducted federal background investigations has reached a settlement over charges that it had purposely neglected important aspects of its work in order to boost profits, the Justice Department said.

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    The leaders of the Senate Finance Committee are pressing the organizations that process federal payrolls to speed the processing of tax forms for federal employees in order to head off identity theft and tax fraud.

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    Federal employees and managers have been traced as users of a highly publicized website designed to facilitate adulterous affairs.

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