Washington-area House lawmakers continue to support military-civilian pay parity, despite recent calls from the Bush administration and a House Appropriations Committee member to limit the 2005 civil service pay raise.
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Federal labor unions' measured support for Homeland Security personnel reforms is giving way to angry denunciations.
A top OPM official Thursday praised agencies' efforts to more evenly distribute performance ratings among top executives, and urged them to try even harder.
TSP board members said Tuesday that they might end or downsize a $50 million annual contract with the Agriculture Department's National Finance Center.
Homeland Security Department officials said Friday that they want to transfer as many as 8,000 employees to a performance-based pay system in fiscal 2005.