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Investigation spreads blame for mishandled TSP upgrade

The TSP board and a contractor both owe retirement plan participants an apology, congressional investigators find.

Lawmaker weighs bill to address NIH conflicts of interest

Rep. Jim Greenwood, R-Pa., says he wants to remove salary caps and make agency's compensation system more transparent.

Defense opens special pay center for Guard, Reserves

Cleveland office intended to centralize pay expertise in the wake of recent snafus.

Matchless

Congress moves to eliminate TSP open seasons for employee contributions, but to keep restrictions on when agencies can provide matching funds.

OPM studies show heightened interest in federal careers

Two-thirds of respondents to one recent survey said they were more interested in government work today than a few years ago.

Agencies told to beef up executive performance rating systems

GAO report comes as Bush administration works to implement performance pay system for executives governmentwide.

Senators urge funding to hire air traffic controllers

New employees must be trained before impending wave of retirements, they argue.

Defense not using short-term deployment allowance

Congress approved the special pay allowance, aimed at service members who are frequently deployed for less than 30 days, last year.

Committee approves workforce flexibility bill

House panel gives green light to legislation increasing options for awarding bonuses.

Staying the Course

Preliminary results of a new OPM study show that federal law enforcement officers hung on to their jobs last year.