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Union files Supreme Court appeal of NSPS lawsuit

American Federation of Government Employees asks the high court to hear challenge to the Pentagon's proposed labor relations system.

The Index

A guide to the past two years of Retirement Planning columns.

TSP funds earn modest gains in 2007

International investments outperform other funds for the year.

Pentagon follows Congress' lead on NSPS raises

Employees under the Pentagon's new personnel system will receive a 60-40 split between base pay and performance-related increases in 2008.

Bush issues order implementing 3.5 percent pay raise

Order specifies that 2.5 percent of the increase should come through base pay, and 1 percent through locality differentials.

Extending Benefits

Lawmakers re-launch effort to grant same-sex domestic partner benefits to federal employees; also, OPM makes retirement records electronic.

New Defense personnel system frees managers

But the ability to link pay raises more closely to job performance and to move employees between jobs comes with a cost.

FAA, controllers union to hold second meeting on safety issues

Get-togethers could be sign that relationship between management, union, is improving.

President signs $516 billion omnibus spending bill

Measure includes 3.5 percent pay increase for white-collar federal employees, enhanced benefits.

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