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Ineligible EPA workers receive buyouts

While the Environmental Protection Agency successfully reduced its workforce as instructed, it also highlighted the agency’s “weak” management system, failed to produce other restructuring goals, and led to misuse of authority, according to an Office of Inspector General report.

IG: EPA’s buyouts given to ineligible workers

While the Environmental Protection Agency successfully reduced its workforce as instructed, it also highlighted the agency’s “weak” management system, failed to produce other restructuring goals, and led to misuse of authority, according to an Office of Inspector General report.

Many feds filed for retirement in July

The Office of Personnel Management received the highest number of retirement claims since the beginning of the year, a time when most federal employees usually file claims.

Republicans urge against cuts to feds' retirement benefits in letter

A group of Republicans has written a letter to House leadership expressing concern over proposed cuts to federal employee retirement programs.

GAO: Phased retirement programs uncommon

Although many older workers were expected to take advantage of phased retirement, fewer than 15 percent thus far have reported gradually retiring from their jobs, a Government Accountability Office report finds.

Bill seeks larger VSIP payouts

Included in the House Armed Services Committee spending bill is language that would grant bigger payouts for Defense Department civilian employees who leave their jobs early.

Defense bill gives larger VSIP payouts

Included in the House Armed Services Committee spending bill is language that would grant bigger payouts for Defense Department civilian employees who leave their jobs early.

OPM’s retirement claims backlog continues to decline

The Office of Personnel Management is continuing to make steady progress in reducing its retirement claims backlog.

AFGE rallies against vet benefit claims delays

The largest federal employee union representing 700,000 federal and D.C. government workers has staged a rally to raise awareness of new rules in the veteran disability benefit claims process its members consider “unfair.”

House Republicans write letter in support of protecting fed pay, pensions

A group of nine Republicans has written a letter to House leadership announcing that they will not support cuts to the government’s retirement system that are included in the fiscal year 2018 budget proposal.

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