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Forest Service moves hundreds of human resources jobs to New Mexico

Latest business consolidation slated to save the agency $22 million a year, but will cost some employees their jobs.

Bidding opens on 2008 pay raise at 3 percent

Even before the 2007 raise is decided, Labor Department figures provide basis to predict 2008 figure.

In The E-Mailbag

Answers to readers’ questions on a range of retirement-related issues.

Private Pay

A survey reveals salary figures for your contractor counterparts.

Prescription drug fraud settlement nets $155 million

Provider used by insurers in federal employee health programs agrees to settlement, but denies taking kickbacks, deleting prescriptions.

Three judges set to hear Defense personnel reform appeal

Pentagon releases results of survey indicating first entrants to new system are satisfied; unions dismiss findings.

Details emerge on Pentagon performance management system

Rating scales, types of goals, weighting scheme all included in recently released information.

Tenure no longer a factor in senior execs’ annual leave

As part of effort to recruit mid-career employees, every member of the SES gets 26 days off a year.

Counting COLAs

A look at how the 2007 retiree cost-of-living allowances announced this week will play out in the real world.

Personnel agency offers advice on developing better managers

Survey revealing federal employees’ poor view of supervisors prompts new guidelines.