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Appropriators modify plan for military quality of life panel

Plan to eliminate subcommmittees keeps military personnel accounts within the Defense appropriations bill.

House Government Reform Committee creates new subpanels

In reorganization, Rep. Jon Porter, R-Nev., will lead new Federal Workforce and Agency Organization Subcommittee.

Washington-area lawmakers pledge to fight for pay parity

Union official less optimistic about equal pay increases for military service members and civil servants in 2006.

Bush to seek bigger military pay raise again

President’s budget includes 3.1 percent pay raise for service members, 2.3 percent average increase for civilian employees.

Here We Go Again

Members of Congress are gearing up for another pay parity fight.

Officials explain compensatory time off for travel

OPM forum raises as many questions as it answers.

Bush issues call to slash spending, create TSP-like retirement system

In State of the Union message, president pledges to eliminate 150 poor-performing programs.

Thrift Savings Plan may be model for Social Security reform

The idea, which President Bush has already floated, raises questions about how such a program would work.

House, Senate committee chiefs urge slow approach to personnel overhaul

Sen. Susan Collins and Rep. Tom Davis want to review new personnel system before it is deployed governmentwide.