Committee Democrats may offer an amendment that would support union's position to retroactively require binding arbitration.
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The White House says "arbitrary" across-the-board increase will cost agencies more than $600 million in fiscal 2008.
As agencies move to pay for performance, supervisors will need better "soft skills," report says.
Supreme Court says allowing a Wyoming rancher to sue six federal employees personally would run the "risk of raising a tide of suits" against civil servants.
Performance awards outpace pay raises as a percentage of overall compensation increases.
Answers to some common questions about the details of the formal process of retiring.
Group claims Comptroller General David M. Walker has made inappropriate statements undermining employees' rights to organize.
Some advice for agencies on striking a balance among efficiency, equity and employee acceptance in pay for performance systems.
Foreign Service employees returning from the Middle East may decide not to seek help for emotional problems due to fear of retaliation, officials testify.
Board members strongly oppose legislation that would prohibit investments in companies that do business in countries supporting genocide and terror.