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Lawmakers urge Pentagon to weigh alternatives to furloughs

Military budgeting options could delay the need for layoffs until at least late March, a new report states.

Workforce bills slow to move through Congress

Legislation on a range of federal employee issues awaiting action by committees.

Intelligence agencies to launch common performance appraisal system

Employees across 16 agencies will be rated on a standard set of criteria starting with the fiscal 2009 appraisal cycle.

Healthy Options

Some last-minute tips for open season procrastinators on picking a health plan.

Conferees move to scale back Pentagon personnel changes

Final legislation would restore collective bargaining and appeal rights under the National Security Personnel System.

Raising Objections

President Bush has acted to hold down federal pay increases next year. He could have taken a different route.

Marine Corps commandant says Christmas Eve layoff notices possible

Gen. James Conway says civilian layoffs due to budget shortfalls could come March 24, and labor unions must be given 90 days notice.

Bush gives feds extra Christmas holiday

President order agencies to close Dec. 24, giving most employees a four-day weekend.

Army chief says troops strained, calls pace 'unsustainable'

Gen. George Casey says fight between Congress and the White House over the supplemental funding for Iraq and Afghanistan makes his job more difficult.

Defense recognizes contributions of disabled employees

Sixteen civilian employees are honored for outstanding contributions to the department.

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