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New INS tracking system for foreign students will likely be delayed

The Immigration and Naturalization Service’s new automated system for tracking foreign students living in the United States will probably not be ready by the end of January, as currently scheduled, according to a new report from the Justice Department’s inspector general.

SEC launches new pay system against union wishes

Employees and managers at the Securities and Exchange Commission will get pay raises of as much as 11 percent this week under a new pay system, but the SEC employees’ union isn’t happy about the new system.

New TSP system set for September

The $102 billion Thrift Savings Plan will have a new computer system in September that will update the value of federal workers’ and military personnel’s 401k-style retirement accounts every day, the TSP board announced Friday.

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