Legislation introduced by Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, requires beefed-up performance reviews, but stops short of fully linking raises to ratings.
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Legislation would give 8 million federal workers access to free health records.
Move comes after Blue Cross Blue Shield lodges protest; OPM says new benefits still will be ready in time for scheduled debut in November.
OPM signals that federal shared service providers will compete with the private sector, but details have yet to be released.
Understanding the implications of the Government Pension Offset.
Congressional candidates campaign to make the health benefits enjoyed by federal employees available to the public.
National Air Traffic Controllers Association vows to continue the fight against the contract the agency recently implemented.
Bill would stem severe pay hit for federal employees serving in the Guard, reserves.
Members push the federal employee annual raise to 2.7 percent for 2007, still the lowest figure in several years.
Vote on legislation requiring negotiations with union expected Wednesday; agency already has implemented contract.