New interim rule reduces pay for contractors, while Congress looks to do the same for some civilians.
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Appropriations legislation does not prohibit a pay hike, meaning President Obama’s proposal could take effect.
The legislation would automatically enroll new federal employees in a more diverse, age-appropriate retirement fund.
Bills eliminating the restriction passed in both House and Senate appropriations committees for the first time.
Legislation currently circulating in both chambers of Congress doesn’t prohibit the president’s recommended 2015 pay bump.
Obama administration looks to finalize gay feds and veterans’ access to benefits.
President Obama wants the federal government to be a model for the American workforce.
Senate panel on Wednesday will consider legislation that would automatically enroll new feds into one of the lifecyle funds.
Lawmakers at the latest VA hearing express anger, confusion over federal employee review and bonus system.
The pay boost for 2015 is more than President Obama’s proposed 1 percent hike.