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Retirement wave falls short of OPM projections

Number of hires not keeping pace with vacancies, however.

Davis cautious on civil service reform

House Government Reform Committee chairman says White House has "a long way to go" to make case for governmentwide reform.

Three locality pay areas dropped for 2006

The president’s pay agent also decided to add three new areas next year.

Overhaul Objections

A coalition of unions has filed a lawsuit in an effort to force the Defense Department to start over with its personnel reform effort.

EPA employees report problems with pay system

Agency says any new system will have challenges, but problems with paychecks are rare.

Bush's A-list: Who gets the top salaries?

A rundown on the senior White House aides who get the much-coveted title of "assistant to the president" and the top West Wing pay.

Report: TSP needs to assess customer service

TSP managers focus on quantitative measures rather than assessments of the quality of service provided.

Limited Support

Even among Republicans on Capitol Hill, the Bush administration’s push for sweeping personnel reform still has only qualified backing.

Senator offers alternative appropriations overhaul

If Senate followed House plan, Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, would end up losing her subcommittee chairmanship.

Senator urges go-slow approach to personnel reform

Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, wants to see the results of efforts at Homeland Security and Defense before taking reform governmentwide.