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House conflicted on extra pay for feds called to military duty

Bill would stem severe pay hit for federal employees serving in the Guard, reserves.

House committee approves civilian-military pay parity

Members push the federal employee annual raise to 2.7 percent for 2007, still the lowest figure in several years.

Bill returning FAA to bargaining table faces veto threat

Vote on legislation requiring negotiations with union expected Wednesday; agency already has implemented contract.

Agencies test new performance management systems

Bush administration attempts to keep up momentum on pay-for-performance movement.

A Thoroughly Modern Retirement System

Two out of three contracts have been awarded in the move to automate federal pension processing.

Pentagon to automate personnel management systems

One computerized system will make salary and benefits details easily accessible.

Scarce Payback

Federal employee student loan repayments are growing, but remain a relatively rare benefit.

May marks bleak month for the TSP

Fixed-income bonds fall into negative territory for the year.

Report: Some appointees improperly got career jobs

“Burrowing in” to the civil service is an accepted practice, but must follow merit system procedures, GAO notes.

OPM floats proposal for high-deductible health plan

Employee groups concerned move will drive up premiums in traditional plans.