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Report outlines problems with federal pay

The government’s current system of classifying and paying workers is outdated, fails to reward individual achievements and does not reflect market pay levels, according to a new white paper on federal pay from the Office of Personnel Management.

House votes to replace INS with two new agencies

The House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to abolish the Immigration and Naturalization Service and replace it with two new agencies in the Justice Department.

Army renews effort to count contractors

In what amounts to a sweeping indictment of the downsizing strategy pursued by the Army in the 1990s, Army Secretary Thomas White has said contractor employees should not be off-limits to downsizing initiatives and has revived a controversial Army effort to count its contractor workforce.