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A freeze would make it more difficult to retain and recruit federal employees, requiring agencies to spend more money on hiring, lawmakers argue.
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Members of the Federal Salary Council have not been reappointed since Trump’s inauguration, stalling the advisory group’s work.
Since 2000, military pay raises have been either higher than or equal to civilian ones.
Reducing staffing by 8 percent could prove difficult amid thousands of hiring freeze exceptions.
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Experts encourage enrollees to re-examine their plans and anticipated health care needs each year.
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A bipartisan letter calls for pay parity to match the 2.4 percent increase that members of the military could receive.
White House officials warned agencies they should begin preparing for a lapse in appropriations.