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Accounting change could spur postal reform effort

Under proposed rule, Postal Service would report a projected $60 billion for retiree health benefits, according to head of group representing direct mailers.

Managers’ groups unite in effort to influence personnel debate

New coalition will seek to add managers' and executives' voices to discussion dominated by labor unions and Bush administration.

CSRS vs. FERS: The Reaction

Last week's column on which retirement system is better drew a strong response.

Union seeks to block FAA contract proposal

Two senior Republicans are voicing support for binding arbitration to settle labor conflict.

Faking It

A coalition of managers’ groups wants to end sick leave abuse by compensating workers for unused days.

Appeals court hears arguments in DHS labor rights case

Judges push government lawyer on department’s ability to to unilaterally change agreements after they've been negotiated.

FAA-union negotiations over labor contract stall

The agency's last offer will become final if Congress doesn't intervene within 60 days.

Agencies urged to customize pay-for-performance systems

Merit Systems Protection Board says officials should make decisions about controlling costs and issuing ratings before designing systems.

FAA and union exchange formal labor proposals

Agency says it still wants to reach agreement, but union maintains formal negotiations have ended.

Employee buyouts on the rise

Cash incentives of as much as $25,000 were used in half of all government agencies in the last three years.