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Homeland Security unveils performance pay plan

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.

Pentagon Parley

Navy Secretary Gordon England will serve as point man for negotiations with organized labor over controversial proposed changes to the Pentagon’s personnel system.

OPM to play larger role in Defense personnel overhaul

OPM did not help develop the Pentagon’s personnel policy proposal sent to union leaders last week, but the agency is now planning to focus on the Defense Department’s personnel overhaul, a senior OPM official said Wednesday.

TSP numbers climb in January

The Thrift Savings Plan's S, C, I, F and G funds all grew in January, according to the latest numbers from the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board.

Administration says holding down pay raises helps agencies' budgets

The Bush administration wants to hold the 2005 civil servant pay raise at 1.5 percent because it does not want to saddle federal agencies with unfunded mandates, an administration official said Friday.