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The Post asks federal workers to share details of what federal agencies are planning to implement across-the-board spending cuts March 1

The Air Force says it is starting cost-cutting to prepare for possible sequestration or automatic spending cuts sets to take effect in March.

The battle between federal employee unions and contractors heats up over who should take a bigger hit if the spending cuts known as a sequester take effect.

Acting budget director Jeffrey Zients echoes planning at Defense Department, which is preparing for furloughs and other cost cutting

The Thrift Savings Plan may allow investors to convert to Roth treatment money that was invested on a pre-tax basis.

The Federal Eye wants to hear from federal workers about whether Washington's piecemeal approach to deficit-reduction makes government less efficient and cost-effective.

Congress approved a deal to avert the fiscal cliff, but the agreement merely postponed decisions about spending cuts.

Despite the fiscal cliff deal, the future remains uncertain for federal employees because the legislation delays the sequestration for only two months.

  • Joe Davidson
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  • Jan 1, 2013
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Congress and the White House failed to reach a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. What does it mean for the federal workforce?

President Obama held a press conference Monday to update the nation on last-minute fiscal cliff talks.

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