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Advocates, observers fear a degradation in the government’s recruitment abilities.
The House version of the resolution includes $32 billion in cuts, likely to employee retirement and health insurance programs.
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Some stakeholders prepare for battle, while others take wait-and-see approach.
The situation has improved over the past decade, but it remains the case that the more a job pays, the more likely it is to be filled by a man.
Hourly workers’ locality wages are currently determined by decades-old map of military installations.
White House also calls for Congress to cancel $5.6 billion in agency appropriations.
The 2 percent increase will take effect starting with December benefits.
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AFGE put its Labor Department local in trusteeship over spending on a settlement distribution event.