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President Bush on Friday decided to let a 3.6 percent across-the-board pay raise for 2002 stand, a decision that could leave no room for additional locality-based raises for employees in San Francisco, New York and other high-priced cities.
Federal employees from different generations are finding it difficult to work side by side because their experiences, goals and expectations differ.
Excerpts from an interview with the author of a new book about how the federal community and the nation have responded to the 1995 bombing of the Alfred E. Murrah Federal Building and memorialized its victims.
President Bush has until the end of the day tomorrow to decide what he wants to do about federal employees' pay next year.