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Unions file suit challenging Defense personnel system

Labor leaders say rules illegally restrict collective bargaining rights.

Pay raise spared in Senate budget measure

Republican senator says he is still working to freeze the 3.1 percent proposed hike for next year.

Liable to be Liable

When it’s time to implement pay-for-performance, managers might want extra protection.

Law enforcement personnel proposal vexes unions

Labor groups express concern that plan would grant OPM too much power.

Group of senators backs federal pay freeze

All employees except law enforcement officers and military personnel would be affected.

Costly Confusion

Technical glitches are continuing to leave some feds stuck in the wrong retirement system.

Pentagon stands ground on personnel reforms

Despite negative reaction, Defense officials say employees will ultimately embrace the system.

Pentagon fine-tunes personnel reforms

Final regulations limit power to override collective bargaining.

Air Force rejects benefits for 'Air America' employees

Pilots for CIA-run secret airline who flew clandestine missions in Southeast Asia had sought retirement benefits.

Senate votes for 3.1 percent pay raise in 2006

Bill also includes language to help federal employees in public-private job competitions.