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FAA rejects employees’ attempt to settle salary cap lawsuit

A group of workers who are unhappy about their frozen base salaries are pushing forward with a lawsuit against the agency.

Agencies save by sharing back-office jobs

Report finds that two-thirds of government executives already have implemented shared services.

Border, interior enforcement called severely lacking

Current and former officials tell Congress of lack of clear mission, poor coordination, inept management and infighting.

Cut Your Losses

President Bush needs a 'Plan B' for Social Security.

House chairman opposes retiree pre-tax health premium bill

Ways and Means Committee Chairman Bill Thomas, R-Calif., is a powerful voice against a bill that could save federal retirees an average of $400 annually.

Human resources standardization project moves forward

New business centers will lead to centralization of agencies’ HR functions.