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Less for the Long Term?

An FAA employee is leading a group of long-term employees who are unhappy with the distribution of a pay cap.

GAO, scholars push for governmentwide personnel reform guidelines

Agencies warn that not complying with personnel reform could fracture the civil service.

Proposal to eliminate 2005 locality pay increase angers unions

Plan is evidence of "low value" President Bush places on civil service workers, union leader says.

Bush moves to limit 2005 pay raise to 2.5 percent

President says no locality pay raise for civilian workers next year.

Defense Department not tracking personnel spending, report says

Government Accountability Office calls on the Pentagon to increase oversight of personnel and benefits spending.

Legislator says withholding Pentagon personnel plans violates laws

The Defense Department is obligated to share its plans for a new personnel system with union representatives, says Sen. Edward Kennedy.

Congress approves 3.5 percent civilian pay raise

Rebuffing White House for second straight year, House, Senate back military-civilian pay parity.

Proposal would add surviving spouse benefit to TSP

Senior Executive Service member pushes TSP Board to support change, vows to pursue it on Capitol Hill.

A New Life Cycle

Mercer Investment Consulting to help develop new retirement investment option for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board.

Study makes case for performance pay

Implementing true merit-based pay would be difficult, but it's "virtually universal" in private sector, report states.