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FAA workers weigh legal action in pay cap dispute

Workers unhappy with caps on compensation ponder lawsuit to accompany their EEOC age discrimination complaint.

Nontraditional work arrangements underutilized, report says

Nonstandard work arrangements could help provide a pre-trained group available for full-time work if needed, scholars say.

New OPM chief confirmed by Senate

Linda Springer takes over personnel agency during contentious time for the federal workforce.

Flexible spending deadline extended for federal workers

OPM will allow employees to keep money in their FSAs for an extra two and a half months.

Power Struggle

Thrift board member proposes limiting TSP chief’s power.

DHS management directives spark union outrage

Directives outline discipline, official responsibility and labor relations in the new Homeland Security personnel system.

Appropriations panel adds pay parity amendment to budget

Measure would give civilian employees a 3.1 percent pay raise in 2006, equal to that proposed for service members.

Thrift board sends more call center work to contractors

A contract announced Monday will reportedly save TSP $40 million over five years.

House reform committee passes civil service bills

Pre-tax health insurance premium legislation headed to the House Ways and Means Committee, where it stalled last year.

Unions continue fight against Pentagon personnel system

Coalition presents recommendations to Acting Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England.