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OPM report shows telework numbers far below goal

Progress extremely slow, House Government Reform Committee to address problems in July.

Closing Open Seasons

House subcommittee takes a step toward getting rid of Thrift Savings Plan open seasons, which restrict participant changes to certain times of the year.

Officials say recruiting efforts will offset retirement wave

The civil service is still an attractive option for job applicants, administrators say.

Senator seeks pay boost for federal workers serving in reserves

Proposed amendment would pay them their civilian salary while they are deployed in the National Guard or Reserves.

Panel passes bill to increase benefits and hiring incentives

Measure includes recruitment and retention bonuses, comp time and enhanced vacation benefits for mid-career hires.

Postal unions raise concerns about Senate reform bill

Draft legislation includes a provision that could reduce compensation for postal employees injured on the job.

Army provides no funds for vaccine care centers

The service hasn't budgeted any money in fiscal 2005 for centers that treat soldiers with complications from military-administered vaccines.

Plan to recruit nurses to VA jobs wins backing

House subcommittee approves a measure that would test use of professional recruiters and advertisers.

Healthy Skepticism

A federal employee union fights a lonely battle against the VA's plan to close and consolidate hospitals.

NIH under fire for alleged conflicts of interest

Reports conclude that agency scientists have taken hundreds of thousands of dollars from private firms over the past decade.