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Management, benefits bills on the agenda

House, Senate committees will take up legislation this week to overhaul the Postal Service, eliminate TSP open seasons and boost whistleblower protections.

Chief Reform Officer

A career civil servant has been handed the job of implementing the Defense Department's new personnel system.

Drop General Schedule system by 2009, report says

National Academy of Public Administration recommends pay banding salary system.

OPM focuses on emergency planning to push telework efforts

OPM officials try to educate federal managers on role telework can play in ensuring continuous operations.

EEOC moves forward with plan to expedite cases

Move would affect Washington field office; union official cries foul and prepares to fight back.

Senators push bill to eliminate TSP open seasons

Action comes just a few days after a House subcommittee approved similar legislation.

OPM report shows telework numbers far below goal

Progress extremely slow, House Government Reform Committee to address problems in July.

Closing Open Seasons

House subcommittee takes a step toward getting rid of Thrift Savings Plan open seasons, which restrict participant changes to certain times of the year.

Officials say recruiting efforts will offset retirement wave

The civil service is still an attractive option for job applicants, administrators say.

Senator seeks pay boost for federal workers serving in reserves

Proposed amendment would pay them their civilian salary while they are deployed in the National Guard or Reserves.