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DoD workers seek union status on eve of personnel changes

If request is granted, 100 workers poised to enter the National Security Personnel System Sunday could get a deferment.

Parenting Time

Lawmakers are renewing efforts to grant federal employees six weeks of paid parental leave.

Vote on contentious TSP real estate fund postponed

Lawmakers accuse TSP board of stalling until the next congressional elections.

House panel backs 2.7 percent military pay raise

Action likely to set off a battle to provide a similar increase for civilian federal employees; President Bush has proposed 2.2 percent.

Federal labor lawyers dispute their own contract

National Labor Relations Board lawyers angry over cuts in detail assignments, performance awards.

Medicare ABCs

The first in a two-part series on the relationship between Medicare and FEHBP.

Now or Later

Adding a Roth 401(k) option to the Thrift Savings Plan would enable participants to pay taxes upfront, but this choice comes at a cost.

Impasse continues in FAA-union negotiations

Sen. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, calls for the two sides to return to the negotiating table.

Mixed personnel systems can help uphold merit principles

Managers say having employees under traditional civil service rules blended with those in more flexible systems embeds a culture of merit.

Pentagon files appeal of ruling blocking labor relations reforms

Department also releases online calculator for employees to determine paybands under new personnel system.