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Implementation cited as biggest obstacle to personnel reforms

Many policies already in place are underused, observers say.

Contractor health care measure remains in Defense spending bill

Language prevents Pentagon from granting contractors an advantage in public-private job competitions if they pay less in employee health premiums than the government does.

Payband Aid

A mainstay of the personnel reform movement is a mystery to many.

Lawmakers consider splitting governmentwide personnel reform bill

Labor relations portion could be separated from effort to craft new compensation system.

Salary council releases locality pay recommendations

Average increase for 2006 would be 1.21 percent, on top of base pay increase of 2.1 percent.

Pentagon personnel reforms on the brink of completion

Labor relations rules scheduled to be in place in less than three months.

Agency decides pay banding is not the answer

Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight switches from system with seven broad pay bands to more traditional structure with 18 pay grades.

Safety Deposit

You don’t automatically get annuity credit for military service when you retire.

Demonstration projects find success in personnel reform

Opponents argue that small-scale experiments are not applicable governmentwide.

Life After Government: Financial Advice

In the last of our series on retirement issues, Karen Rutzick reports on what you need, where to get it and how much it costs.