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Union to file for first-ever election at GAO

Group set to submit election cards from more than half of the agency’s 1,500 analysts.

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Negotiators aim to finish budget blueprint next week

Democrats are trying to make up ground for cuts and freezes in recent GOP spending bills.

Move comes as FAA faces wave of retirements in air traffic control workforce.

Bill aims to improve FAA labor negotiations process

Unsettled contract disputes would be brought before an independent, three-member arbitration board.

Commerce IG investigated on claims of improper travel

Unnamed accusers say head auditor needlessly extended trips and authorized excessive domestic and foreign travel for himself and staff members.

Pentagon rolls out performance-based pay

Sixty-four percent of employees in first group to enter new personnel system are deemed "valued performers."

Three agencies recognized for financial management gains

As most agencies receive either high or low ratings, with few in the middle, OMB re-evaluates grading standards.

EEOC office move is part of effort to control costs

Employees voice concerns about safety and a lack of amenities in the proposed area.

Ex-Justice official recounts high marks for fired attorneys

Official denies playing any role in the dismissals or knowing why the attorneys were fired.

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