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Lawmakers renew fight for military-civilian pay parity

Bipartisan coalition urges president to include equal pay raises in 2006 budget proposal.

TSP board resists pressure to establish a real estate fund

Lobbyists push Real Estate Investment Trusts as TSP vehicle; board members are cool to the idea.

Countdown to Life Cycle

The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board is on track to release its new life-cycle investment option in the summer of 2005.

FAA workers plan lawsuit challenging pay caps

Workers whose base salaries are capped plan class action lawsuit against the agency.

FAA will not lift pay caps on long-term employees

More than 800 workers have reached the top of their pay bands and are no longer eligible for base salary increases.

Take Your Time

The Office of Personnel Management decides not to dismiss federal employees from work early on the eve of the inauguration.

OPM moves to standardize pay and benefits rules

As agencies move to e-Payroll system, OPM wants consistent policies on leave, pay, comp time and temp workers.

New rules aim at easing hiring of people with disabilities

OPM removes requirement of documentation, updating 1979 order.

OPM director tenders resignation

Kay Coles James announces plan to leave personnel agency on Jan. 31.

More agencies gain certification to raise SES pay

Most of senior executive corps now eligible for a salary increase.