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“VA personnel should be accountable for their actions; otherwise the current system of mediocrity and failure will remain,” Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., said.

Senate Panel Advances More Legislation Targeting VA Executives

Spending bill includes provisions banning bonuses and making it easier to fire managers.

Marines participate in a training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., in April.

House OKs 1.8 Percent Pay Raise for Troops, Officer Pay Freeze

Defense authorization bill also includes provisions making it easier to re-employ retirees, and limiting furloughs of working capital fund employees.

Delinquent on Your Tax Bills? You Could Soon Get Fired

Senate panel picks up legislation that failed in the House.

“The Senate should pass it swiftly so President Obama and Secretary Shinseki can start utilizing that authority,” said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.

House Passes Bill to Fire VA Senior Execs

Measure would effectively make the executives at-will employees.

How Agencies Can Get More From Their Employees Despite Budget Cuts

Chief human capital officers recommend changes to workforce management.

The top two positions on the list came from the Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia.

The 10 Public Housing Authority Officials Paid the Most from Federal Coffers

Some top PHA officials earned more than the cap of $155,500 last year in federally-funded salary and bonus because of a loophole in the law.

Some Public Housing Authorities Exploit Pay Cap Through Bonuses

Data shows all PHAs complied with $155,500 federally-funded salary cap in 2013, but some doled out more in bonuses through law’s loophole.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., proposed opening the federal retirement plan to the public.

Would a TSP-for-All Constitute Government Overreach?

Policy experts have mixed views on a proposal to offer feds’ retirement savings plan to the masses.

Soldiers  set up their command post May 4, during their mission to provide security for a joint Afghan and U.S. Forces security meeting in the Paktia Province in Afghanistan.

House Will Vote This Week on 1.8 Percent Military Pay Raise

The fiscal 2015 Defense authorization bill gives tacit approval to the raise that will automatically take place under the law; President Obama has recommended a 1 percent boost.