President promotes a federal procurement initiative that provides jobs for disabled Americans.
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Pay-for-performance systems susceptible to bias and money woes, witnesses tell House panel.
The agency would see 18 percent cut under president’s 2009 request.
Groups criticize office closures, Bush funding request.
Some agency analysts would receive a pay boost of 4.49 percent.
The House Homeland Security chairman is worried about the department’s transition planning.
Where to turn for aid in plotting your retirement strategy.
The Pentagon is not prepared to tackle a pending retirement wave and other looming workforce challenges, says watchdog agency.
Despite president’s latest budget boost, some believe it’s not enough for agency to fulfill its mission.
In order for pay for performance to work, employees must believe it doesn’t reinforce existing biases.