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The Waiting Game

Labor officials wonder whether they'll see the Homeland Security Department's personnel reform proposals before the November election.

Treasury suspends G Fund investments in debt crisis

Department is forced to take the temporary measure because Congress did not raise the federal debt ceiling before adjourning.

Personnel flexibility bill heads to President Bush

Measure includes authority for recruitment bonuses, vacation incentives and compensatory time off for travel.

The Reformation

Will performance pay and other personnel reforms spread to the rest of the government? No one really is sure.

House votes to grant agencies hiring, pay flexibility

Bill allows larger bonuses and compensatory time off for time spent on official travel.

Thrift Savings Plan funds continue steady growth

Funds gained across-the-board in September.

Housing agency works with personnel officials to overhaul hiring

The Office of Personnel Management is helping HUD officials survey their workforce and streamline hiring processes.

Pentagon group developing another sexual assault report

Critics call for action and express skepticism, citing numerous studies already completed.

Treasury bureau, union reach settlement on unpaid overtime

After a year of negotiating, hundreds of Treasury employees will receive back pay and damages covering more than two years.

Personnel chief says officials avoid veterans hiring rules

Some federal managers intentionally avoid laws that provide employment protection for veterans and reservists, says OPM Director Kay Coles James.