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Defense plan prompts call for higher executive pay

Advocate for senior leaders says salary ceilings should be raised to attract top talent to an expanded list of high-level civilian jobs.

MSPB: Competitive hiring on the decline

Managers are making greater use of special hiring authorities, even if they don't understand them fully.

GSA raises mileage reimbursement rate for federal employees

Following the IRS’ lead, GSA boosts rate 8 cents.

Federal human resources shops are slow to change

Lack of funding, leadership top concerns among HR professionals and researchers, report says.

Disabled employees make up less than 1 percent of the federal workforce

Treasury, Veterans Affairs and Education departments employ the highest number of disabled workers.

Long-Term Planning

Change is in the air for the government’s long-term care insurance program.

Time Is on TSP’s Side

Lawmakers should not rush discussions of a bill that would decrease congressional oversight of the federal employee retirement savings plan.

Panelists say workforce issues will gain momentum under next president

Pay reform, telework will continue to dominate human capital agenda.

Agencies, unions clash over pay-for-performance programs

Senators say officials are moving too slowly to address issues raised by employees.

Federal employee union launches public service campaign

Effort promotes government jobs and seeks to erase negative images of civil servants.