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Pay raise may not kick in until next spring

A 3.5 percent civil service raise is likely to pass, House Democratic leader says, but probably not in time to take effect in January.

TSA issues draft order to airlines for passenger records

Airline officials and the public have 30 days to respond, after which TSA plans to begin testing new passenger prescreening program.

Critics say USDA, HHS bow to lobbyists on food pyramid

One proposed solution: shift the process of setting dietary guidelines to the National Academies of Science.

Defense fine-tunes new personnel system regulations

Union bargaining will be limited and civilian personnel rules will be more flexible.

EEOC awards $4.9 million contract for customer service center

Choice of Virginia contractor stirs criticism.

House chairman may slow Homeland bill in customs fee dispute

"Blue slip" maneuver could kill the entire fiscal 2005 Homeland Security appropriations measure.

Senate appropriators question funding for Patent Office overhaul

Committee report questions whether the agency needs to hire "hundreds, if not thousands, of additional personnel."

Border agency retreats on employee political activities

Spokesman says supervisor “mistakenly told employees” they had to clear volunteer political activities on their own time with higher-ups.

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