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Q&A for federal workers: Proposal for bigger buyouts

Question: What’s been happening with the proposal to increase the amount for buyout payments? Answer: Not much, but there’s still a chance Congress will agree to it. Federal agencies can offer buyouts, also called voluntary separation incentive payments, when cutting staff or reorganizing. Employees who accept the payments must resign (or retire, if eligible), and […]
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