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Union negotiates foreign language pay for customs, border officers

Agreement comes as election for representation of more than 20,000 non-Border Patrol employees remains in dispute.

More than 200 GAO employees to petition for back pay

Employees and retirees are seeking pay and benefits they claim they were unfairly denied under new personnel system.

Prospects for new whistleblower protections may be improving

Congressional efforts to strengthen 1989 law said to have bipartisan support.

Theresa Shaw, head of the Federal Student Aid office.

Student aid chief took home $250,000 in bonuses

Theresa Shaw, whose Education Department office is under scrutiny for its oversight efforts, was covered by special performance-based pay system.

Retirement Estimate: The Details

The lowdown on how your basic retirement benefit is determined.

Lawmakers probe agencies’ diversity efforts

Ad campaigns and proactive job fair appearances are among the strategies being used to attract a diverse applicant pool.

Performance-Based Perils

Another federal organization that was supposed to be a model of personnel reform faces scrutiny.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer inspects a vehicle.

DHS touts progress on recruitment, morale

Senior official tells lawmakers the department is learning from poor results on a 2006 federal workforce survey.

Legislators have vowed to seek similar raise for civilian federal employees.

House committee backs 3.5 percent military pay raise

Panel keeps provision to roll back aspects of controversial new civilian personnel system.

White House threatens to veto bill repealing DHS personnel overhaul

Administration says measure would interfere with the department's management authority, hinder the department's ability to conduct missions and conflict with the fiscal 2008 budget request.