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Locality pay rates in the Los Angeles area may have had hidden costs during the wildfires.

Pilot project on handling veterans’ employment complaints called inconclusive

Issue of which agency should be in charge of investigating federal sector complaints needs further review, Senate committee members say.

TSP funds boast strong gains in October

International stocks are the top performers, with 4.49 percent in gains last month and 25.70 percent over the past year.

Trade group calls for reforms to appointments process

Aerospace execs say the long process and pay disparities shut out strong candidates.

Likely 2009 raise figure comes in at 3.4 percent

Change in Employment Cost Index has become the de facto baseline for recommended average federal salary increase.

Pentagon to add 75,000 employees to new personnel system

Latest installment will bring the total number of civilians working under the performance-based pay system to 184,000.

Union, law firm partner to pursue reservists' benefit claims

The labor group and New York firm will co-represent 10,000 union members who claim they were improperly charged leave for reserve duties.

Agencies mobilize assistance for wildfire victims

Efforts to disburse aid are running smoothly, but the extent of the need remains to be seen.

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