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  • VA secretary confirmed

    The Senate on Tuesday unanimously confirmed former Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald as the new secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • DOD to establish new performance appraisal system

    The Defense Department announced it will establish a three-level performance appraisal system for most of its civilian employees.

  • House, Senate conferees agree on $17 billion VA bill

    The House and Senate conferees on Monday agreed on comprehensive legislation lawmakers hope will improve the quality and accessibility of Department of Veterans Affairs health care, as well as address a range of other problems currently plaguing the troubled agency.

  • Proposed rule opens FEHB to some temp, seasonal employees

    The Office of Personnel Management is proposing a regulation that would extend Federal Employees Health Benefits coverage to certain temporary and seasonal employees.

  • FBI narrows down HQ choices

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation has settled on a handful of possible building sites for its new consolidated headquarters.

  • More job cuts at Air Force

    The Air Force last week said it would initiate a fourth round of workforce cuts in the form of a voluntary early retirement authority and voluntary separation incentive payments.

  • OPM to expand FEDVIP enrollment options

    Enrollment in dental and vision coverage under the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program, or FEDVIP, will be opened up in future to some federal employees outside of the normal open season.

  • DOD agency looks for employee ride-sharing solution

    An agency whose new northern Virginia headquarters has riled local authorities over traffic concerns is looking to make it easier for employees to help reduce congestion near the site.

  • SAVE Awards shelved

    The Obama administration's SAVE Awards—created in 2009 to collect federal employees' suggestions for saving tax dollars and making the government more efficient—have come to an end, according to a memo from the Office of Management and Budget.

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