No, federal employees cannot retire on full salary after working 20 years.

The government's main auditing agency starts panning out one nugget of fact a day from the hundreds of — often lengthy — reports it produces annually.

The Office of Personnel Management “strongly encourages” use of telework and flexible working schedules during current track work.

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A new GAO report raises serious issues about poor Trump administration planning. That could lead to increased costs.

Federal agencies can help their employees pay off student loans as a recruitment and retention incentive, but the payments are mostly used by a few agencies and for certain occupations.

The boost would be within range of recent years, but differences with the House and White House would have to be settled first.

Both voluntary resignations and firings of federal employees drop off sharply after their first few years, then they tend to be in it for the long haul, a report shows.

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A new report reveals serious problems related to holding employees accountable, particularly as it relates to whistleblowing.

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Documents obtained through a lawsuit file by a group demonstrate how the EPA sought to counter unfavorable stories by going after retirees with false information.

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The litigation challenges Trump’s authority to restrict collective bargaining and the ability of labor leaders to represent not just their members but all employees in a bargaining unit.

Conferees drop provision that would have raised maximum incentive at all agencies to the $40,000 available only at the Defense Department.

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At the end of fiscal 2017, CBP was more than 1,100 officers short, according to a recent Government Accountability Office report.

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The Senate Appropriations Committee passed a 1.9 percent pay raise last month. If the full Senate agrees, the two chambers would have to reconcile their differences.

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Social Security advocates cite the negative affect of Trump’s actions on employee morale and the resulting impact on service.

Democrats and employee unions say bills to speed disciplinary process and restrict appeals threaten to erode needed due process protections.

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There were 1,673 vacant physician positions as of March, according to VA data.

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The judges, known as ALJs, conduct court-like proceedings on disputes between federal agencies and clients, such as Social Security recipients who think they are entitled to greater benefits.

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The Department of Veterans Affairs' acting secretary was hit with bipartisan criticism for trying to intimidate VA's inspector general, as the 40th anniversary of the Inspector General Act is observed.

Individual agencies will now hire administrative law judges after a ruling that called into question their authority to make decisions on benefits, enforcement and other disputes.

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Guidance sent to agency heads last week gives his offensive against unions and employee grievance procedures high priority on the president’s to-do list for deconstruction of the administrative state.

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