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No recess for NARFE grass-roots advocates

The current congressional recess (March 30-April 10) affords NARFE members a window of opportunity to contact their representatives and senators in their home states and districts about NARFE's priorities in the 114th Congress. The recently passed House and Senate budgets...

source: NARFE
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The mission of federal employees may have only grown more complex in 2016, but its importance to the populace remains and is spotlighted for Public Service Recognition Week. The week, which runs May 1-7, offers public-sector employees an acknowledgement and thanks for sacrifices...

source: Federal Times

The mission of federal employees may have only grown more complex in 2016, but its importance to the populace remains and is spotlighted for Public Service Recognition Week. The week, which runs May 1-7, offers public-sector employees an acknowledgement and thanks for sacrifices...

source: Federal Times

The food you eat and the medicines you take can alter your gut bacteria in ways that either help or harm your health, two new studies suggest. Foods like fruits, vegetables, coffee, tea, wine, yogurt and buttermilk can increase the diversity of bacteria in a person's intestines....

source: HealthDay News via CBS News

Many baby boomers plan to work either full time or part time during retirement. It makes sense, because there are many benefits to keeping a hand in the workforce after you retire: creating structure in your day, providing mental stimulation and supplementing your retirement...

source: U.S. News & World Report

Every day, millions of Americans struggle to put food on the table. Being part of the solution is as near as your mailbox. Plan now to collect and bag nonperishable food items and place the bag by your mailbox for your letter carrier May 14. Sponsored by the National Association...

source: NALC

Presidential campaign years are a busy time for secretaries of state, as they are preoccupied with getting voters registered, working out ballot logistics, and counting and recounting votes. And this year, a number of secretaries of state also have their own elections to...

source: Governing

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