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House members press for military-civilian pay parity

Bipartisan coalition urges President Bush to include equal pay raises in 2009 budget proposal.

Study: Ethical breaches becoming common in government

More than half of federal employees report witnessing misconduct.

VA urged to use advanced technology to cut backlog of benefit claims

Lawmaker suggests Veterans Benefits Administration turn to artificial intelligence tools.

Bush signs revised defense bill after concerns addressed about Iraq

Measure authorizes 3.5 percent pay raise for military service members.

Bush signs bill that sends unions back to bargaining table at Defense

Legislation restores collective bargaining and appeal rights for employees under the new Pentagon personnel system.

Air Force employee celebrates 60 years of federal service

Bettye Krieter, who started her federal career with the Veterans Administration in 1941, has no immediate plans to retire.

Proposed change to unfair labor practice mediation rules draws fire

Federal Labor Relations Authority says change would promote neutrality; union argues it would make mediation harder.

Bush seeks hiring preferences for spouses of veterans

In State of the Union address, president also pledges to eliminate 151 "wasteful or bloated programs."

Buyer Beware

It’s best to remember that your retirement estimate is exactly that -- an estimate.

Homeland Security to boost staffing at 'fusion centers'

Employees will coordinate with local law enforcement and public health workers across the country.

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