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OPM launched surprise hit on certain federal retirees, then tried to stop watchdog’s report

Without advance notice or a court order, the Office of Personnel Management changed its 30-year policy and increased the money paid to divorced spouses from the annuity payments of certain federal employees. Then, when OPM’s Office of Inspector General criticized the practice, OPM officials tried to quash the inspector general’s management advisory, issued this week. OPM […]
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