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Unions react positively to OPM call for pay reform

But employee advocates do not want a pay-for-performance system modeled on Bush-era initiatives.

From Nextgov.com: Obama raises stakes for cybersecurity

Unveiling results of 60-day review, president says he’ll appoint a cybersecurity czar at the White House.

IFPTE Secretary-Treasurer Paul Shearon, left, says employees at three agencies have approached the union.

Unions say recession is sparking federal sector organizing

Heavy workloads and economic uncertainty are prompting increased interest.

Obama’s performance agenda a mix of old and new

Observers applaud administration’s pragmatic and collaborative governance tactics.

Army to pursue several modernization programs

Pentagon acquisition chief is expected to sign a memo formally killing the vehicle portion of the Future Combat Systems program and separating the project into discrete pieces.

Report paints agencies as deadbeat travel card holders

Delinquency rates for centrally billed card accounts are at nearly 20 percent, costing the government valuable rebates.

Senators prepare for battle over Alaska native contracting

The Alaska delegation is ready to defend rules that allow ANCs to win no-bid contracts of unlimited value under a small business program.

Navy shipbuilding plans run into fiscal reality

The service can't build the 313-vessel fleet it wants unless it substantially increases its procurement budget, or dramatically cuts the cost of building new ships.

Recession is exacerbating Social Security claims backlog, panelists say

Attorneys and judges blame regulations and a lack of funding for difficulties tackling the growing caseload.

House Democrats unveil food safety draft

Draft version sets $1,000 annual registration fees for food companies to help pay for increased FDA inspections.